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I'm starting a little grass roots campaign to get as many of our great network of Indianapolis sustainability folks to consider joining Google+. I know you have 112 things you'd rather be doing than joining another social network but hear me out.

Starting in April, I'll be adding a spin off to our Green Hour model. On Google+ they have a feature called 'Hangout'. It's a free video conferencing feature that allows up to 10 people at a time to video chat. 

My plan is to hold at least one, lunchtime sustainability chat per month. Like the Green Hour, they will be topical centering around a special guest and their sustainability efforts.

The reason that I'm so excited about this opportunity is that it will allow us to take the conversation to a national (if not international) level.

So please consider joining us on Google+. Add Irvington Green Initiative to your 'Circles'. Definitely help me spread the word and keep up the good work.

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