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Five Blogs to Help You Go Green

by Sean P. Aune | February 23, 2010February 23, 2010 3:10 pm PDT

With increasing energy costs, and more people wanting to live lives more in balance with the world, green news and technology is becoming more and more popular. The question is, where does one start to learn about how to live life in this new way to them?

On the Internet of course!

There are numerous blogs out there on the subject, and we’ve gathered up five of the best to get you started on your way to living in a bit more harmony with the world around you.

EcoSalon: EcoSalon is a green living site that is geared more towards women and focuses on things you can do in your everyday life to live a more sustainable life, more eco-friendly design and decor and a whole lot more.

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GreenDaily: Part of the enormous Weblogs, Inc’s network, GreenDaily covers all sorts of news related to green subjects such as celebrities, gadgets, news, products and technology.

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Lighter Footstep: Lighter Footstep covers green news in just about every conceivable category and focuses on trying to help you reducing your footprint in the world by keeping you up to date on all the information you need.

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The Daily Green: The Daily Green features blogs, community features and is heavily focused on helping your average consumer to live a more green life in their day-to-day dealings with the world.

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TreeHugger: TreeHugger has been around since 2004 and has become one of the leading blogs about anything and everything to do with the growing green movement.  It features numerous resources, podcasts, video casts, forums and a whole lot more to help you live a much more eco-friendly life.

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What are some of your favorite sources for places to go and read about the latest information on being green?


Sean P. Aune

Sean P. Aune has been a professional technology blogger since July 2007, but his love of tech dates back to at least 1976 when his parents bought...

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