Sustainability blogs

June 8, 2007 at 3:00 am Leave a comment

Photo taken by Kim in PortugalPicked up an interesting link in Fast Company to three blogs on sustainability. First up, is Triple Pundit, a blog written by MBA students at the Presidio School of Management, which explores the connectivity between environment, society and business and how the actions of one affect the others – the so-called Triple Bottom Line or Integrated Bottom Line. The blog has great coverage of topics ranging from green computing and climate change; to cradle to cradle design and green building.

The Alternative Consumer is the blog of Maureen O’Connor, a self-confessed New York-based shopaholic. The blog focuses on helping us change our buying habits to help the environment. This is a really dynamic blog with lots of stuff on organic products and clothes; eco-bags; green gadgets; green drinks – plenty of informative links and ideas.

And then there’s Ecorazzi, which is a sort of green spin on celebrity gossip. It combines two hot topics: celebrity and environment. To help make reading, talking and learning about the environment more fun, Ecorazzi delivers up-to-date celebrity eco-news (green gossip about celebrities caught green-handed). So you can read about how Roger Moore says no to foie gras or how Keith Urban is running his entire US tour on bio-diesel. Let’s just hope that celebrities talking about the climate and the environment doesn’t detract from the real dialogue that needs to take place.

I’d add a fourth to this list: the new blog by Amory Lovins on Yahoo! Green. Lovins is of course one of the co-authors of Natural Capitalism and the blog looks at how protecting the climate can be profitable, not costly (yeah!).


Entry filed under: Blogs, Sustainability, Useful resources.

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