Guest Top Ten List
Bob Schildgen is the author of "Hey Mr. Green," an environmental advice column and blog for Sierra, the Sierra Club's national magazine. A collection of his work, "Hey Mr. Green," has been published by Sierra Club Books.
Top 10 Environmental Blogs
AirNow is not exactly a blog, in that nobody is running off at the mouth. But it provides air-quality information every day for any place in the entire USA.
"Ask Pablo," Pablo Paster at Treehugger.
"Ask Umbra," Umbra Fisk , a fellow advice columnist at Grist is of my favorites, as are two other reliable online advice folks: Pablo Paster of "Ask Pablo" and Nina Shen of the "Green Lantern."
I like B'More Green at the Baltimore Sun because it talks about environmental BOOKS. In this age when the Twitterati is displacing what was left of the Litterati, it's good to see somebody promoting actual complicated discussion and analysis.
My favorite enviro blogger is a guy I regard as the smartest person in the environmental movement, Carl Pope, executive director of the Sierra Club since 1992. Don't just read his new blogs, read all of the past ones if you want to be well informed. It's a good cure for Internet-induced amnesia.
Constantly posts info on environmental history. Without history there is no present.
ScienceBlogs has a lot of environmental science material, often very cutting-edge.
"The Green Lantern," Nina Shen Rastogi at Slate.
The Green Life at Sierra Magazine has lots of good tips for green living.
A fabulous resource for keeping up with the recycling and waste management business.