Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Top 20 Green Blogs

1. The Daily (Maybe)
2. Two Doctors
3. Another Green World
4. Coventry Green Voice
5. George Monbiot
6. Green Ladywell
7. Philobiblon
8. Flesh is Grass
9. Peter Cranie
10. Barkingside 21
11. Paul Kingsnorth - Know Your Place
12. Transition Culture
13. Greenman's Occasional Organ
14. Jason Kitcat
15. La Lutte Continue
16. Ruscombe Green
17. Conservengland
18. Rupert Read
19. Adrian Ramsay
20. Scribo Ergo Sum

These blogs were voted for by the readers of more than 60 UK political blogs and the readers of TOTAL POLITICS Magazine. Each person voted for their top ten blogs. Their favourite was awarded ten points, their second favourite nine points and so on down to one point. These were the twenty most popular Green blogs.

The full results will be published in the Guide to Political Blogging in the UK 2008-9 which is published on 5 September and will be available at all the party conferences. You can also order it via the Total Politics website from the end of this week.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

I didn't think Peter Crane was an MEP? Please Iain, don't move us nearer to the dictatorship of these prigs than we have to be!

Ben said...

Green: adjective

Young; inexperienced; immature; wet behind the ears. Likely to be gullible, to believe anything.

a very public sociologist said...

Why aren't you a member then, Ben? ;)

Congrats to Jim for getting the top spot. He is one of the finest bloggers you're ever likely to read.

Jim Jay said...

Yikes - I'm number one - umm ah - thanks to everyone who voted for me!

Sue Luxton said...

Hurrah! Well done Jim - we successfully thwarted your modesty!

weggis said...

Ben, Green.

The colour that is slap bang in the centre of the Rainbow. Flanked by Conservative Blue and Liberal Yellow. The LibDems have moved a shade to the Left and taken the colour of Peter Hain's complexion. Further to the Left there are the Reds of Socialism, Communism and Marxism etc.

Out to the Right we have the Indigos and Violets of Nationalism [UKIP, Veritas etc]

Coincidence?

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