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Promoting the LEED green building system.

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Some Feed Plugs [Jan. 5th, 2007|11:53 am]
Promoting the LEED green building system.

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I have set up a few syndicated feeds in LiveJournal and located some others that bring blogs on green building and technology topics to LJ. I'm looking for other blogs to set up RSS syndication for them as well, and I'd appreciate any other suggestions for ones you have to pass along.

ecofriend_org - EcoFriend - Latest news, reviews and suggestions for great consumer products which are environmentally responsible.

ecogeek_org - EcoGeek - EcoGeek monitors and explores the current explosion in technology designed to mitigate our impact on the environment. We report tirelessly on clean tech, but we also dig deeper, providing analysis and criticisms as well as reportage.

Disclosure: I'm a contributing writer for EcoGeek.org, and they have sponsored my membership at LJ in part in order for me to be able to set up feeds to some of these blogs.

insidegreentech - Inside Green Tech - Daily technology & business developments in biofuel, solar, fuel cells, wind, water, and more.

sustainablog - Sustainablog - Sustainablog is dedicated to news, information and personal meanderings related to environmental and economic sustainability, green and sustainable business, and environmental politics.

treehuggerrss - TreeHugger - TreeHugger is a fast-growing web magazine, dedicated to everything that has a modern aesthetic yet is environmentally responsible. Our influential audience stops by frequently to check out the latest news, reviews and recommendations for modern yet green products and services. Consumers also rely on the directory to help facilitate their buying processes. TreeHugger is the most effective way for them to find well designed products that are also ecologically sensitive.
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