Guest bloggers rock: Thanks guys!
I've been incredibly busy all week packing up and moving a short distance from my house in the woods of Cumberland into downtown Portland, Maine. I'm living in the middle of the small city in a neighborhood that got an impressive 97 out 100 in walkability at WalkScore.com (which is good -- I sold my car a couple of weeks ago). Packing up and moving always seems to take days longer than planned, so I lined up a few green blogger pals to help me this week. I wanted to thank them here and point you towards their respective sites.
Michael d'Estries jumped in first on Monday, writing "Would you like fries with your jellyfish burger?" and "How is the Three Gorges Dam impacting the environment?". Michael has been around the green blogosphere forever and is the founder of Ecorazzi, GroovyGreen and VEGdaily. Follow him on Twitter @michaeldestries.
Matt Embrey followed on Tuesday, writing "NASA's Climate Time Machine" and "DOE: Do as we say, not as we do". Matt is on Twitter @mattgup and founded and edits GreenUpgrader, Amazon Pilgrim and Crisp Green.
On Wednesday Adam Shake wrote "Texas fights back against global warming legislation" and "Should we charge fossil fuel companies with human rights violations?". Adam works in Washington, D.C., and founded TwilightEarth. He can be found on Twitter as @adamshake or @twilightearth. He recently acquired green gadget site Eco Tech Daily.
Sean Daily helped on Thursday, writing "Top U.S. environmental concern: Water pollution". Sean is host of the popular podcasts Green Talk Radio podcast series and founded both Green Living Ideas and Blue Living Ideas. He's on Twitter @seandaily.
These guys are some of the best green bloggers around, so check out their blogs and follow them on Twitter.
Thanks again, gents!
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