As advocators of an eco, sustainable-efficient world, we love nothing more than to keep up to date with the goings-on of like-minded people. If you are like us, and them, then here are five websites you can read to get a fill of all your environmental needs before, during or after your glamping 2017 holiday.

 Lynher Hut overlooking the Plymouth harbour.

TreeHugger

TreeHugger is proud to be the leading media outlet that is dedicated to pushing sustainability movements into the mainstream. The team at TreeHugger say they set out to strive to remain a one-stop shop for green news, solutions, and product information.

When you read TreeHugger, you can expect to enjoy up to the minute blog posts, weekly and daily newsletters, as well as regularly updated Twitter and Facebook pages that are well worth a follow!

Mother Nature Network

Mother Nature Network has been named as the world’s most visited online network for environmentally-related news and information, as well as responsible living. MNN is for those who want to be part of the making the world a better place movement.

You can find engaging, non-political, and easy-to-understand content that extends itself past the traditional “green” issues. Additionally, they publish topics that encompass home, health and community involvement.

Autumn colours across a field near Quality Unearthed

Inhabitat

Something slightly different from the previous two websites, Inhabitat is a weblog that dedicates itself to the future of design. To be more specific, they track the current innovations in technology, practices and materials that are pushing architecture and home design towards a smarter and more sustainable future.

Jill Fehrenbacher was the woman behind the curation of Inhabitat. She was a designer who originally set Inhabitat up as a forum for investigating emerging trends in product, interior, and architectural design. From there, it grew to become the success it is today!

The Environmental Working Group

EWG has produced several groundbreaking research studies that’ve positively changed the debate over environmental health.

EWG’s team of scientists, policy experts, lawyers, communication experts and programmers work constantly to ensure someone is standing up for public health for one and all.

Via reports, online databases, mobile apps and communications campaigns, EWG continually educates and empowers consumers to make safer and more informed decisions about the products they buy and the companies they support.

Earth Times

The Earth Times is an online newspaper and news resource offering up information on environmental issues throughout the world to its avid readers. If you’re looking to find a breaking environmental story, you’ll most likely find coverage in The Earth Times.

The Earth Times is proud of its growing and talented team of enthusiastic expert writers, all of whom have considerable experience in the field. Through them, they’re able to make sure the readers can be kept fully informed in terms of essential world-wide green issues of the day.

The Earth Times also provides an interesting mix of environmental news stories that will provoke thought as well as being an important source of environmental information and opinion. What The Earth Times also do, which we think is really good, is not only do they focus on the big stories, they also seek out some of the more unusual and controversial environmental issues from around the world.

Which one will you be clicking on to read first? Let us know! Have we missed any that you love to visit? Let us know that on social media too!

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