Since this blog is about promoting sustainability, we might as well promote others who are promoting sustainability as well. Or, in other words, we’d like to take a moment to give props to a few amazing green websites that frequently give rise to topics we tackle in our newsletter, Kicking Asphalt, and here on our blog.
Grist is one of those sites we are sure you have heard about! And if not it’s time you did. Grist tackles the ups and downs of environmental issues in a way that is spunky and entertaining. As well as always being up to date on hard hitting news stories they always find a way for the weird and the wild. The variety of topics and the wit that inspires this website should not be missed!
Along with scooping one of the coolest names for a green website, Treehugger has a style that is unmatched. They are suave and sophisticated and make you want nothing more to think what they think, live like they live and simply be a part of their cool little world. Log in and be a part of it now!
Dot Earth (New York Times)
As a New York Times online publication, Dot Earth maintains a serious journalistic tone. It is a well informed site with highly researched articles. The information you find herewithin will be insightful, crediable, and presented in a way that is professional and well-written. Enjoy!
Climate Change (Guardian)
There are many sites out there dedicated to Climate Change, but few do as good a job as The Guardian -- they are a Pulitzer Prize winning publication afterall; they obviously know what they are doing. Read this site with every confidence that you are not being led astray, but in fact are being presented with the most up to date information available. This site oozes with trust and perfection.
Real Climate is a fun website for all you science geeks, or wannabe science geeks, or amatuer scientists, or just anyone who likes science! I know the staff at BWC can’t get enough of this site, and if you haven’t yet visited you are surely in for a treat. But be fair warned that this site may led to an addiction for upright awesome science news!
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