A publication is only strong, free and independent if it has lots of readers. For that reason, we are starting our crowdfunding campaign to gather +1001 subscribers.
From EGO to ECO.
A publication is only strong, free and independent if it has lots of readers. For that reason, we are starting our crowdfunding campaign TODAY.
We call it constructive journalism. That is what motivates us all. We write and tell success stories of everyday life, of economics and ecology. We focus on sustainability, happiness and what has been tried and tested.
ECO123 is based in Monchique, the most beautiful upland village in the south of Portugal. Because there is strength to be found in tranquillity. To us, good stories are more important than sensations, more important than headlines and clicks. For us, topicality is not everything. While most media earn their money from crises, we report about SOLUTIONS that are Made in Portugal. These are stories that can still be read tomorrow.
We have to start with ourselves and actually live what we write about. Since ECO123 was founded, all the staff is involved in the publishing company. The company has three partners: the staff association plus two investors for the start-up funding. For two years, ECO123 has been appearing nationwide four times a year: on 21st March, 21st June, 21st September and 21st December.
A publication is only strong, free and independent if it has lots of readers. For that reason, we are starting our crowdfunding campaign More 1,001 subscribers right now. For eight editions, we have been doing hard, concentrated work to show you what we mean by good, positive journalism. Now is the right time to subscribe to ECO123: four magazines a year for 20 euros including delivery, or for 15 euros online www.eco123.info.
Stories in ECO123 are always exclusives: from the research to the publication. No copy & paste. There is also no hidden or discriminatory advertising. We make a clear separation between advertising and journalism and only write for our readers. We work for you and are incorruptible.
The principles of our journalistic culture are: we think and act positively and seek solutions, we live what we write, avoid conflicts of interests, attack no one personally, avoid discrimination on the grounds of gender, race, religion, age or sexual orientation, identify quotations, do not publish any data about our users, are responsible for safeguarding the rights of third parties and work sustainably and with the efficient use of resources.
And one more thing: we all try to produce less CO2! And so every new subscriber gets free access to the ECO online game KYOTO. You can record your daily emissions there and thereby reduce your ecological footprint. ECO123 gives you important tips and advice with which you can always win at the end. www.eco123.info/kyoto. Subscribe now!