Feedspot’s list of blogs and websites worth visiting in 2018

Last week I was honoured to hear that I had been placed on Feedspot’s list of ‘top 75 sustainability blogs and websites to follow in 2018‘ (coming in at 48). The list (along with with the ‘nature’ and ‘environmental’ lists) attracted my attention to several blogs that are really worth visiting. Some of these include:

  1. Sustainable Human – a blog by Chris and Dawn Agnos. This blog is packed full of articles that are thought provoking. They are often accompanied by an audio-visual element, giving an alternative to the prose presented beneath.
  2. Human Nature – The Blog of Conservation International – compiled by a diverse group of writers who come from around the world this blog is a good all round nature news blog which showcases the reasons that people need nature. Well worth a read to gather multiple perspectives on contemporary issues.
  3. Earth Island Journal – although I was previously aware of this blog/magazine (and have written for it in the past) EIJ is certainly worth flagging up as a site worthy of your attention and subscription. A useful source for environmental journalism and thought provoking essays.
  4. The Green Times – a South African site that has a wealth of information on a wide range of green topics, from biodiversity and green living to community, business innovation and book and training suggestions.
  5. Shetland Nature – I’ve always wanted to visit the Shetlands, but, for now at least, this is as close as I can get.
  6. Environmental Research Web Blog – explores science, policy and engagement. Brief updates on a range of topics from researchers.
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