Posted on 11. May, 2009 by admin in Green Resources
EcoHome assembled a panel of green building industry experts, each with in-depth knowledge in a unique aspect of green building. These experts advise EcoHome’s editors Rick Schwolsky and Jean Dimeo on the magazine and Web site’s editorial mission and developing trends in the industry.
Jetson Green is a daily updated magazine that’s obsessed with green building and everything related to it, including sustainable architecture, good design, green prefab, clean technology in the built environment, affordable housing, and eco-friendly development.
Launched in 2000, its mission is to provide clear, concise, accurate, and balanced information, resources, and learning opportunities to help companies of all sizes and sectors integrate environmental responsibility into their operations in a manner that supports profitable business practices.
greenbuildingsNYC, is a green building blog dedicated to delivering objective, regular commentary on green building projects and issues of interest to New York City’s green real estate community. They also offer a free and interactive forum for our users to add events of interest, share their green building products and materials, and list green residential and commercial real estate.
Articles on Design Green Construction provide great insight and news on timely relevant construction topics. Aritcles found on Design Green Construction will give any construction professional the information they need to stay up today in the Construction industry.
Build It Green is a non-profit membership organization whose mission is to promote healthy, energy- and resource-efficient building practices in California. They work with mainstream stakeholders in the housing industry to accelerate the adoption of green building practices.
G Living started way back in 2004 with the idea of being the media company for the emerging modern green lifestyle. The news, recipes, raw food movement, fashion, vehicles, celebrities and a zillion other things. Providing a cool platform for the not so cool idea (back then) of living green.
GreenHomeGuide is where you find green home expertise, ideas and connections. Build by the U.S. Green Building Council, the site features advise from experts and other knowledgeable people in all things green.
Launched by architecture student, green consultant and designer Jill Fehrenbacher in Spring 2005, Inhabitat focuses on “future forward design for the world you inhabit”. Topics include innovative materials, future-thinking design concepts, architecture, technology, sustainable style and more.
Calling itself a solutions-based online magazine, World Changing is a collaborative blog dedicated to helping people change their thinking. The official mission statement reads: “World Changing was founded on the idea that real solutions already exist for building the future we want. it’s just a matter of grabbing hold and getting moving.”
Launched in 2004 by serial entrepreneur and designer Graham Hill, Treehugger defined a new online green space and quickly ascended to the ranks of the web’s top blogs. With radio, forums, video, television, its own social bookmarking network, and more than 30,000 posts, Treehugger is a comprehensive resource for sustainable modern living.
The Bay Area-based Green Options blog is unique in that it is a green network of blogs. The site features 15 blogs ranging from news to politics to technology to food to business to crafting. The main page is a good “one stop shop” general resource that displays content from each sub site. Green Options Media was created to reach light green, newly-conscious consumers with practical tips and accessible news and views. Founded in early 2007.
Part of Weblogs, Inc.’s DIY Life channel, Green Daily offers timely news and product stories and reviews. As with all Weblogs, Inc. properties and the other blogs in the channel, the site is a high-volume publication compiled by numerous freelance writers. Green Daily covers news, products, gadgets, technology, politics and celebrities.
Offering quick, digestible highlights of green products, news, events and policies with an emphasis on personal sustainability, Lighter Footstep recently debuted a new, improved design and more features. Though it is lifestyle-focused (the official tagline reads: Living Lightly, Living Green), because the site also publishes environmental news it can be considered a general interest green blog.