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Green Blogs And JournalsPosted 02/05/08 • Last updated 08/15/09 • 487 views • 0 comments
There are a lot of great green writers out in the blogosphere. Here are a few of the best.
Gristmill: The writers over at Grist bring you a wide variety of green news (and comentary) with a (huge) dash of humor and wit. They cover everything ranging from agriculture to environmental justice to politics. And they do it with flair! For some very intelligent, tongue-in-cheek, slightly saucy environmentalism, check it out.
Inhabitat: Looking for design news? Architecture? Fashion? Inhabitat might just be for you. They are: "a weblog devoted to the future of design, tracking the innovations in technology, practices and materials that are pushing architecture and home design towards a smarter and more sustainable future."
Ecogeek: If you like nature and if you like technology, you'll love Ecogeek. The folks over there are dedicated to bringing you all the news about cool stuff that can make your lives easier and help the environment.
AutoblogGreen: We live in a car culture. There are some people who dispise the entire transportation industry and others that just love to drive. But for all of you interested in vehicles, there's AutoblogGreen. ABG is "dedicated to any and all environmentally-friendly (or egregiously unfriendly) car news."
Green Options: Green Options is a network of environmentally-focused blogs. You'll find blogs from environmental professionals and the "green curious" alike. In the network, you'll find some individual blogs like Sustainablog and EcoWorldly.
Two Steps Forward: Ever seen GreenBiz.com? GreenerBuildings? Ever wonder who was behind those sites? Well, one of the men behind the curtain is Joel Makower. Two Steps Forward is his personal blog. He's been writing about green topics for twenty years and has quite a few books on the shelves too.
MetaEfficient: This blog has been reporting on green technologies and products since 2004. They post about things ranging from the world's largest wind turbine to LED light bulbs.
Eco-Chick: The ladies and gents over at Eco-Chick bring you all sorts of commentary about fashion, capitalism, alternative medicine, climate change, shopping...the list goes on. It's all from a woman's perspective. And as they say on their site, they're filling the void between "diatribes about peak oil or recipes on how to make organic baby food." They'll even tell you where to get a fair trade spanking paddle.
Groovy Green: After starting out in Ithaca, NY, Groovy Green expanding to include writings about green inventions, national and international news, and people who are doing good things in the world.
Treehugger: It's doubtful you haven't heard of Treehugger already, but just in case. Since they were acquired by Discovery, Treehugger has bloomed well past its blogger roots. It is TV, radio, newsletters, and ongoing blog posts. And it's all about green news and solutions (with a modern aesthetic tendency). Without a doubt, Treehugger is helping to bring sustainability to the mainstream.
Worldchanging: If you haven't checked out the website or the book, it's well worth while. Worldchanging is all about "tools, models and ideas for building a better future lie all around us." It's about connecting the dots between all elements of changing the world. From politics to community issues, from green stuff to sustainable building, you'll find something interesting.
Triple Pundit: Their tagline has the three P's - people, planet, profit. The folks over at 3P aim to bring economy, enviroment, and society together. They're a fabulous place to go for the latest and greatest in green business and news.
greenUPGRADER: The word at greenUPGRADER is that you don't have to give up living well to be "Green". Greenupgrader scours the earth for the best & most innovative environmentally friendly products, bringing you choices, so you can upgrade your life while, protecting our planet. For each green "upgrade" you get photos, an editorial review, and the cost to make the upgrade. It's a great, digestible format.
Green Your Decor: There's no reason that going eco-friendly has to mean sacrificing style. Green Your Decor is dedicated to providing information about stylish home furnishings and other products in a variety of price ranges. It proves that you can be both green and fabulous, and you don't have to break your pocket to do it.
Crisp Green: A cool site that focuses on the newest (crispest) things in the Green space. They focus on the cutting edge, from news, to sustainable design to emerging technologies, so if you want to stay up to date on the latest green developments check back with Crisp Green.
Low Impact Living: From the about page "We believe you want to lessen the load you put on the earth. You want to reduce global warming. You want to recycle. You want to do what's best for the environment, but often you don't know where to start. And you don't know what impact your efforts will have, or how much they will cost. At Low Impact Living, we want to help you lower the environmental impact of your home and your daily life. To do that, we help you find the best green products, practices and service providers to help you achieve your environmental goals. And we will also help you understand the environmental benefits and economic trade-offs of your choices. Our primary goal is to make the path from inspiration to implementation as short and as smooth as possible. Only by taking action will we collectively reduce the damage to our planet and ecosystems." Don't miss their great quiz.
Seven Generational Ruminations: Takes to heart the statement from the Iriquois law: "In our every deliberation we must consider the impact of our decisions on the next seven generations". That isn't just a marketing slogan from an excellent household products company. It can be a guiding principle leading us to low impact living for Sustainable Humanity so we can live in the garden paradise of our dreams.
Mother Earth News: The 40 year old magazine for homesteaders, now available online. A huge resource on low impact living, from foraging to building your own wind turbine.
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