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Why the Free Green Living Course from ExpertRating

After offering numerous paid courses for individuals and companies since 2001, ExpertRating now offers a free environmental awareness & green living course as part of an endeavor to help conserve the environment.

Even if readers adopt 10% of the green living tips and techniques suggested in the course it will help save 2000 kg of carbon per reader per year.

Below are the topics covered in the course. You can read any chapter of your choice or the whole course.

Chapter 1Introduction. We're just providing a brief introductory message here, which we hope will ignite your interest and keep you reading further. Read Chapter

Chapter 2Environmental primer. What are the issues? If you know that there are legitimate environmental concerns, but you’re not sure exactly what they are, here’s where you’ll get the information you need.
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Chapter 3A day in the life. Here’s a day in the life of a person who is living a greener life. From this person’s day, you might find ideas for things you can do in your life and you might read things that you know you absolutely will not do.
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Chapter 4 – Simple changes. This is a starter guide. From carrying fabric bags for groceries to driving less, this is a starter manual for those just getting their environmental feet wet. Read Chapter

Chapter 5Do more. Ready to take your Green efforts a step further? Then step right up and read more in this chapter, which will give you more advanced ideas for being green. Read Chapter

Chapter 6 – Global. What can you do on a global level to make a difference? We’ll look at some options in this chapter.
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Chapter 7 – Checklists. These lists will help keep you on task, reminding you of the various green pledges you have made to yourself. Clip them out and keep them with you so you can refer to them and get new or reinvigorated ideas.
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Chapter 8 – Glossary. Not sure what fossil fuels are? Check here for a definition of various and essential environmental terms.
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Chapter 9 – Resources. Here we’ll list great books and websites to help you get more info.
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The ExpertRating Free Green Living Course

This course had 300,000 readers till date translating into 600,000,000 kg of carbon emissions saved by learning green living techniques.

ExpertRating, an ISO 9001:2008 company welcomes you to read the green living course and help conserve power to save the environment. This course is the internet's most popular resource for people wanting to understand and adapt to green living techniques for preserving our planet. The course is completely free and designed for everyone who is interested in going green.

Who can read the course and make a difference.

Teachers & Educators

Children & Students

Working Men and Women from all walks of life

House wives

Corporate Decision Makers

Government Administrators

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Here is a short list of several benefits of reading this great course.

- Do your part to reduce your carbon footprint and help save the environment. Readers have already reduced 600000000 kg of carbon emissions by reading this course.

 Being Green not only helps to conserve natural resources and the environment, but is the "In Thing" and makes one look conscious about ones surroundings and fellow beings.

 Knowledge always pays. Go show off your newly acquired green living knowledge and skills to colleagues and family.

 Learn how to preserve the environment & do your bit to live a clean and guilt free green life.

 Reduce your energy and fuel bills by as much as 30% by following some the simple guidelines in the course.

Readers can optionally take a certification test at the end of the course and get a free online transcript or paper certificate. Know More

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Global Acceptability:
ExpertRating Online certifications are developed under ISO 9001-2008 standards and are accepted by hundreds of employers and organizations worldwide. No wonder companies like Ericsson, GAP, Sony, Convergys, IKEA, and Fox News are using ExpertRating to evaluate their employees.


    The good news is that we can all do something about the environment.

It’s natural these days to feel some guilt. You’re not recycling enough, not composting enough, flushing the toilet too often. You shouldn’t drive to work and you shouldn’t use either paper or plastic at the grocery store. There’s guilt everywhere and it can make you feel powerless to do anything at all.

The good news is that we can all do something. We can all – through daily, simple actions and choices – help to make this world a better place to be.

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Does that sound a little Pollyanna to you?  It should. Because while the world environmental situation is at nearly critical stages, there is much each of us can do to help mitigate some of the problems. We CAN make the world a better place. And we should do the work necessary because this is no longer a problem for future generations to deal with. This is now. 

Don’t blow it - good planets are hard to find.  ~Quoted in Time

 The good news is that much of the damage we have done to the Earth is reversible. We can restore habitats, plant trees, reduce pollution. We can’t restore the ozone layer, but only preserve it.  We can make this world a better place for future generations – we can ensure that there is a solid and livable planet for future generations, in fact.

The issues have become so important, so impactful, that the Nobel Peace Prize in 2007 was awarded to Al Gore and the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (the IPCC). It wasn’t for any mitigating work they did to educate people about these global issues.

According to the Nobel Foundation, they were awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for “their efforts to build up and disseminate greater knowledge about man-made climate change, and to lay the foundations for the measures that are needed to counteract such change.   

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