Since launching in 2007, the blogging platform Tumblr has attracted more than 3 million bloggers who publish more than 2 million posts to hundreds of millions of readers every day. Just like the Internet at large, the range of topics found on Tumblr runs the gamet of human interests. It's like the infamous Rule 34 — if it exists, there is porn of it.
There are sites on Tumblr for people who like 18th century history, vintage comics, German shepherds and, of course, the coming zombie apocalypse. There are a lot of great Tumblr sites that focus on environmental themes, but because Tumblr's directory doesn't specifically highlight green sites, it can be hard to find them. To help spread the good green word, I've taken the time to surf the Tumblr waters in search of the best green sites. Enjoy!
If you think I've left out any great green Tumblr sites, please let me know in the comments.
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