This is the place to share my link love of the waste and green blogoshere.
The two sites that inspired me to start this blog are My Plastic Free Life (US) and My Zero Waste (UK). Both sites are about tackling waste at an individual level. Beth Terry blogs about eliminating her consumption of plastic waste, and Mrs G blogs about the efforts of her family to become a zero waste family who attempt to prevent sending any waste to landfill or incineration.
My favourite generally green and crafty blog is The Last Biscuit. Blogger Sooz is a vegan who loves making things and taking pictures of wildlife.
Clever blogger Jennifer at Not Easy Being Green (US) writes the kind of green insightful posts I aspire to create myself. I consistently read this blog but as I have had some comments go unanswered I tend not to contribute to discussion.
A plastic-free internet personality I suggest you check out is Polythene Pam, who is boycotting plastic and campaigning against its spread.
A local waste blogger I enjoy checking out is Anders at Waste Minimisation. Posts here look at waste in the context of Hackney and more recently in an internaitonal comparative context.
One interesting waste blogger who doesn’t post enough about waste is James Cleverly MP who was a waste management professional before getting into politics.
Zero Waste Lifestyle is a blogger friend and member of my waste group. Check out this site for useful links to other waste sites and for insight into the zero waste movement in Portugal.
Another blog I contribute to is the DECC YAP Youth Advisory Panel about energy in the UK.
One of the blogs I subscribe to is Sustainable Living Expert - a general blog about being green but with a strong plastic free and zero waste element.
I’m inspired by Zero Waste Home blogger Bea who is a US artist. She generally blogs about the impact of her family’s zero waste lifestyle
And finally, although I don’t read too many organic or food blogs I love this foraging blog – Eat Only Weeds