The Top 10 Green Blog ranking was last updated 02/05/2018.
Our number one green blog was created by Jeremy Williams back in 2007. Growing up in Madagascar and Kenya, Jeremy developed his love for the environment and development, and an awareness of poverty. Make Wealth History looks at how we can live sustainably in the Western world to help balance the world’s resources. A freelance writer, public speaker, short film maker and with multiple projects under his belt, Jeremy refers to himself as an ‘ideas person’.
Find out more about Jeremy Williams, creator of Make Wealth History, in our blogger spotlight.
2. Moral Fibres
Wendy Graham started her green living blog, Moral Fibres, in 2013 to share her passion for living a greener life without it costing the earth. Moral Fibres is about busting the myths around environment lovers and changing people’s misconceptions of how to live a greener life. Moral Fibres shares advice on how to make any area of your life more sustainable and eco-friendly, from the food you eat to the best places to shop ethically.
Inside Track originally started as the print journal of the Green Alliance but since Spring 2016 it’s moved online to be the official blog of the Green Alliance. Contributors to the blog are current and former members of the Green Alliance, sharing their thoughts and opinions on green politics, environmental policy and supporting green solutions including a number of issues across the UK.
Bursting with ideas and information for families looking to live a greener life, Brenda Cuby’s The Green Familia has a range of resources to help the whole family. The Green Familia blogs about how to stay environmentally friendly with newborns right up to teenagers, whether it’s where to shop, what to feed them or things to do. The Green Familia is the perfect place to start if you’re trying to make small changes to your life or if you’re looking for some inspiration to stay sustainable.
Find out more about Brenda Cuby, author of The Green Familia, in our blogger spotlight.
Founder and author Besma Whayeb started Curiously Conscious back in 2014 after living in Paris and embracing the French way of life; eating organic food and buying investment pieces instead of fast-paced trends. Curiously Conscious helps readers embrace an ethical lifestyle, whether it’s changing to natural make up products or fighting food waste. Curiously Conscious has taken Besma to eco luxury spa hotels and has even inspired her to rent her own clothes.
Find out more about Besma Whayeb, author of Curiously Conscious, in our blogger spotlight.
Providing an honest yet balanced view of how to live a sustainable lifestyle, The Green (Living) Review is written and edited by Michael Smith. Posts cover a variety of topics, from how to embrace a more minimalist way of life to how businesses are becoming more environmentally aware. The Green (Living) Review also provides readers with advice on gardening, growing your own food and ‘survival living’.
Lauren James is the face behind Inspire Create Educate; mother of three and lover of all things caffeinated, she started her blog to help everyone make small changes to make a difference to the world we live in. Family is at the heart of Inspire Create Educate and if you’re looking for ways to help your busy family life become more eco-friendly, you’ll find it here. Lauren shares recipes, mindfulness tips and ways to cut the use of plastic in the family home.
With contributors across the world, A Green Life, A Greener World shares news and opinion on a range of green issues from climate change to local environmental challenges. With a mission to encourage debate around the issue of climate change from across the political spectrum, A Greener Life, A Greener World is one of the best places to find the latest news and analysis around the globe and how to make impactful changes to your lifestyle.
Philip Lymbery is CEO of Compassion in World Farming, visiting professor at the University of Winchester, award-winning author and creator of his self-titled Pow Wow Blog. With a lifelong passion for animal welfare, Philip’s blog aims to educate and inspire readers to think about where their food has come from and get people thinking about their impact on the future of the planet.
The official blog of the Rainforest Alliance supports the core environmental issues they’re tackling, including deforestation, climate change, sustainable food and farming and protecting wildlife across the planet. The blog is packed with insightful articles and videos to inspire anyone looking to get more involved with conservation or just gain a better understanding of how our actions impact the natural world around us.
The fundamentals of working with bloggers are the same as with traditional journalists at traditional media outlets: respect their schedules; take time to read their material to learn their interests; and only contact them if/when they want to be contacted.
Vuelio’s blog ranking methodology takes into consideration social sharing, topic-related content and post frequency. Profiles of these Green blogs and their authors can be found in the Vuelio Media Database.