Some of the places I get my green news:
treehugger.com, a blog about environmental stuff, top notch
hugg.com, a digg-inspired spinoff of treehugger
del.icio.us/popular/green, /environment, and /sustainibility, although these don’t change all that frequently.
I am picking up new green sites as I go, but here are my top catches today:
The Renewable Planet uses the ubiquitous Google Maps to plot out sites that are significant with regard to renewable energy. Doesn’t seem to be very populated yet, but great potential.
Maps of biodiesel and ethanol stations around the United States from MapMuse. I don’t own a car yet (holding off on the carbon footprint and the insurance bills; my bike works fine), but when I do, I really want to use this stuff. Biodiesel is a straight fuel alternative, and ethanol I’m gathering is a fuel additive that makes the fuel run cleaner and less polluting. Rock on.
That’s all for today, but I check this stuff in increasing volume every day now, so stay tuned.