Best Green Blogs - the People's Choice award

Posted by bex — 17 September 2008 at 10:27am - Comments
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How embarrassing. Between the trial, a couple of bouts of flu in the web team and a period of general mayhem here at Greenpeace HQ, this one slipped through our fingers.

So, belatedly, we're extremely chuffed to be able to tell you that we've been voted the People's Choice for the Daily (Maybe)'s Best Green Blog 2008. Thank you to everyone who voted for us.

Jim Jay kindly says:

For me this is a really deserving choice and shows what group blogging for an organisation can be all about. It seems to be an extremely difficult trick to pull off sometimes, fusing together the conversational strengths of blogging with the needs and focus of an organisation. I've thought for some time that Greenpeace UK pull it off very nicely.

*Collective blush.*

He also says:

I'd also like to mention and congratulate Ecostreet and Transition Culture who came second and third respectively in the poll - excellent blogs the both of them.

Here's to that. And to all the other contenders - not to mention, of course, the excellent Daily (Maybe) itself.

Best Green Blogs 2008

Posted by bex — 22 August 2008 at 3:04pm - Comments
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Jim Jay over at The Daily (Maybe) has published his Best Green Blogs for 2008 and it turns out we've made it to number nine. Blimey.

From that eminent list, a People's Choice winner will be decided by, um, the choice of the people. When I voted (ahem), we were coming fourth, so if you like the blog please get stuck in (you can vote at the end of this blog post).

As Jim Jay points out, the green blogosphere is picking up both in quantity and quality. Which can only be a good thing. And which makes it especially cockle warming to know that somebody thinks we're getting something right.

Everyone's blogging from Bali

Posted by jamie — 30 November 2007 at 7:17pm - Comments

As you're no doubt aware, the international conference on climate change kicks off in Bali next week and (even though it will be one of those meetings to discuss the possibility of having other meetings to talk about climate change), it's a big deal. So representatives from across the Greenpeace world are making their way there and some will be providing blog updates.

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