GreenDeals aims to be a Groupon for green shoppers

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New website aims to offer US consumers discounts on green products and services

Green America, a network of environmentally and socially responsible businesses, is trying to shift the group-shopping mentality to a greener place. The organisation yesterday launched a "Groupon for...

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