Check out some of the great stories from the other channels here at MNN. I work with some really smart writers.

Jim Motavalli writes about the Fisker Karma, a super sleek and stylish plugin hybrid sports car that will be ready for sale for $80,000 in October. The car has 1,300 advanced orders, click over to see the video, it's a sweet piece of machinery.

Melissa Hincha-Ownby covers the extreme green makeover the Empire State Building is getting. The makeover will reduce the amount of energy the building uses by nearly 40% and will be complete by 2013.

Karl Burkart highlights one of my favorite green heros- uber green engineer, entrepreneur, and all around smart dude Saul Griffith. He has an amazing new slideshow that lays out the energy problems we're faced.

Robin Shreeves is spreading the word about a very cool new program that invites gardeners to plant an extra row in their garden to donate to a local food bank.

Matt Hickman found a great bit of technology that connects a water monitor for houseplants to the microblogging service Twitter (follow me there). When your plant gets thirty, it tweets it out to the world. Smart and fun.

Siel Ju and I share an interest in small homes. She wrote about a great blog for all homes tiny and found a great video about small houses in Vermont.

Jenn Savedge has a great recipe for simple, homemade, eco bubble bath that avoids all the nasty chemicals found in some conventional bubble baths.

In just a few short months MNN has gained a solid foothold in the green media scene and one of the reasons is the group of amazing bloggers that I get to work with. Check out their work and subscribe to their feeds, you'll be a smarter greenie for it.

Shea Gunther is a podcaster, writer, and entrepreneur living in Portland, Maine. He hosts the popular podcast "Marijuana Today Daily" and was a founder of Renewable Choice Energy, the country's leading provider of wind credits and Green Options. He plays a lot of ultimate frisbee and loves bad jokes.

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Here some great stories from the other channels at MNN.