Environmental blogs

Here is the list of links to environmental blogs across the web in English and Russian, that I’m aware of. Don’t hesitate to send me links to other green blogs.

http://conservationecology.wordpress.com/ (En)  — “A blog about Conservation and Ecology and everything between

http://pvanb.wordpress.com/ (En) — “Using open source in ecology and biodiversity research

http://ecopressed.com/ (En) — “We like to think of EcoPressed as a portal highlighting the best environmental blogging across the WordPress community. Each weekday, we update EcoPressed with the latest and greatest posts from WordPress bloggers focusing on environmental topics like clean tech, renewable energy, and eco-friendly innovation, along with posts from other independent green thinkers from across the Web. All the good stuff — all in one place.

http://www.green-blog.org/ (En) — “Green Blog is a multi-author environment blog. We have daily updates and posts from authors around the world. We also host a growing green community forum. Green Blog is leaned towards the left, social democracy and ecosocialism. We encourage people to take direct non-violent action against CO2 emitting sources and protest against the current climate change inaction.”

http://flandrumhill.wordpress.com/ (En) — “This natural history journal is about the flora, fauna and natural phenomena found in the area around Flandrum Hill in Cow Bay, Nova Scotia, Canada.”

http://recyclebills.squarespace.com/recycleblog/ (En) —“A blog written by a lifelong green freak who works as the general manager of a local recycling center. Recycling, alternative energy, green business and more are the subjects RecycleBill focuses on. “ Eco Site Awards

http://community.livejournal.com/wwf_ru/ (En) — livejournal comunity for WWF Russia.

http://www.oceanology.ru/ (Ru) — “first popular science blog for oceanology and relevant topics.”

http://ecocrisis.wordpress.com/ (Ru) — “a journal with unconventional environmental orientation”

http://ecowar.blogspot.com/ (En)— “Notes on links between conflict and natural resources.”

http://development.thinkaboutit.eu/think3/(En)— “The participants of TH!NK3 (called “TH!NKers”) are journalism students, academics and experts from 27 EU Member States, neighbourhood countries and beyond. Their objective in TH!NK3 is to write and report about global cooperation and sustainable development in the lead up to the United Nations’ Millennium Development Goals Review Summit in September 2010.”

http://climatechange.thinkaboutit.eu/(En)— “Journalists, students and bloggers are invited to use the competition’s online platform to share their thoughts, as COP16 Mexico approaches… TH!NK ABOUT IT is a series of blogging competitions organised by the European Journalism Centre. The competitions are aimed at professional and aspiring journalists and new media creators from a diverse range of backgrounds.


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