Sell more eco-friendly products

GO Zero Waste or GET Darn Close

C S Wurzberger, aka The Green Up Girl and her network are here to help you make that happen. She has 25 years of experience and extensive training as a zero waste consultant and green marketing strategist.

Specializing in:

  • Getting you to Zero Waste or Darn Close
  • Connecting people with easy ways to live and work more consciously
  • Assisting green businesses with finding more conscious customers. 

Together we can ensure a greener, cleaner future for all.

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C S Wurzberger, The Green Up Girl

ABOUT C S Wurzberger, The Green Up Girl. She is an internationally known Green Movement Marketing Expert, Zero Waste Consultant, Podcaster, Speaker, and Author. She has a Masters Certificate in Sustainable Innovation. 

A corporate member of the Livestock Conservancy, Association of Zoos and Aquariums, and sits on multiple sustainably focused non-profit boards.

3dEcoBook-115wAnd co-author of three marketing books:

  • Wildly Profitable Marketing for zoos, aquariums and other animal/nature organizations
  • Wildly Profitable Marketing for the Pet Industry and
  • Wildly Profitable Marketing for Green Businesses Selling Eco-Friendly Products 

Hands-on field guides designed specifically to help each business attract more customers with Search Engine Optimization, Social Media, Mobile Marketing and other effective strategies. All three publications are available on Amazon.com, Wildly Profitable Marketing.com and other fine booksellers.

Contact us with any questions or to book a speaking engagement. 


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Our actions and lifestyle choices can safeguard our eco-systems, preserve the environment, and prevent endangered animals from going extinct.

The Green Up Girl is on a mission to Inspire people to care about the earth and its animalsUnfortunately, right now this world is not the world of our ancestors, clean, garbage free, with an abundance of animals running free and crystal clear waters filled with fish and marine life.

It is a world filled with mountains of trash both on land and in the ocean. Everywhere you look you see some sort of trash, papers, plastic water bottles laying on the ground or blowing in the wind. Even remote forests and beaches have traces of human waste.

Our world is also home to an array of remarkable animals like polar bears, orangutans, mule foot hogs, dolphins, bumble bees, monarch butterflies, and so many other species.

Unfortunately many of these animals are on the verge of extinction due to pollution, habitat loss, poaching, overuse of natural resources, and climate change. All at the hands of human activities.

“The number of endangered animals has grown 180% in the last 17 years.” 

This number is growing at an alarming number and we must take notice. In order for us to have a balanced, healthy planet, we need to step up and care for each and every species or we all will be negatively impacted.

For example: if bees continue to die off, so could 70% of our plants worldwide. Why? Because bees help pollinate our crops. Without bees there would be a drastic reduction in food for us, our livestock, and other species. One way to help is to stop spraying pesticides on your flowers and gardens. These pesticides are one contributor to the bee’s death.

It is up to us to protect our natural resources and animals.

For many years politicians, environmentalists, and big businesses have been at odds. Everyone selfishly thinking only about themselves.

Common people have felt powerless, thinking that one person can’t stand up and make a difference, but together we have the power to fix this and clean up our earth. Together we can reduce our waste and protect our earth and its animals for future generations. Together each person and animal has a voice. We all have a stake in the future of our world; every person, consumer, business, government, and animal.

Our programs and services are designed to help.

Contact The Green Up Girl to learn more.

The DoDo Bird went extinct in 1861 and humans could have prevented this tragedy.
GIVING BACK – Join us in caring for the earth and its animals. Our mission is to give back 10% of our profits to organizations involved in saving endangered animals.