The Blue Marble and Web Service launched today
The Blue Marble magazine and web service launch today. The brand new magazine is distributed to over 17,000 Eco-Schools and to associated authorities, bodies and organisations throughout the country.
It links schools and teachers of all varieties with each other and with all their associated communities. It puts schools at the heart of their own areas and reaches out to parents, families, friends, societies, businesses and beyond.
The Blue Marble’s purpose is to add value to lives, families and communities, at school and at home, by connecting people with common causes, reasons and purpose, with a core of sustainability and environmental awareness at its hub.
SEE THE BLUE MARBLE: www.theblue-marble.com
The Blue Marble is named after the iconic Apollo 17 picture of the Earth, will evolve into dynamic new multi-media network channel which connects communities of many types and from many places by cause, purpose and interest.
Its next edition and the release of The Blue Marble online communication network platform will be on September 19th 2012.
The Blue Marble has been created by Twopoint4 Media with key advice from Keep Britain Tidy and Eco-Schools It can and will call on expert commentators, the most progressive schools and the most inspirational teachers, pupils, parents and communities for involvement. Twopoint4 Media and The Blue Marble works closely with Keep Britain Tidy and Eco-schools and United Nations and the international Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE).
Twopoint4 Media is an innovative multi-media company with much experience in both publishing and social media particularly in areas of sustainability
A BRISTOL BASED INITIATIVE:
The Blue Marble is a multi-media print, online and events platform published and produce by Twopoint4Media based at The Paintworks in Arnos grove, Bristol. TwoPoint4 Media is a collaboration created and directed by Andy Nottingham, MD of Bristol based Project Graphics with publishing house Wildfire Comms.