Environmental Blogs in the Nonprofit Blog Exchange

October 15, 2007 at 11:14 am

Today is Blog Action Day, where bloggers are writing posts about the environment.

What blogs in the Nonprofit Blog Exchange have to do with the environment?

The Greenpeace Weblog – This is the blog for Greenpeace. One of the most recent entries, Follow the Great Whale Trail, has information about the Great Whale Trail Map in Google and a video from YouTube.

Undercurrents- Greenpeace Member Blog – This is another Greenpeace blog where Greenpeace campaigners report on what they are doing to help protect oceans.

Chesapeake Bay Foundation Blog– This blog is for the Chesapeake Bay Foundation where you can find out news about the Chesapeake Bay and the foundation. Recent entries include Coalition Petitions VA Governor to Clean the Bay and Bay’s Health Among the Worst in the Nation.

Sierra Club, Shawnee Group – This blog is for a group of the Illinois Sierra Club. There are lots of entries about trails to visit in IL. In July, they posted an entry about energy votes.

Zalul Environmental Association– This blog has information about rivers and seas in Israel. Recent entries include Water pollution in Haifa and Sewage leak closes the Gulf of Eilat.

Enviroblog– This blog is for the Environmental Working Group and they write about environmental connections to public health.

Loon Commons: Dedicated to Protecting and Restoring Minnesota’s Environment – This blog has information about environmental and conservation issues in Minnesota.

Green Media Toolshed Blog– This blog is for Green Media Toolshed, an organization that helps environmental organizations communicate their messages to the public. Recent blog entries include The blogosphere’s climate constituency and YouTube for bird watchers.


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