10 Great Nature Friendly Websites/Blogs

Hello Friends,

World is trying to make a better day for our next generations. The concerns like global warming caused a major dilemma for the society. One of the initiatives are the “Earth Hour”, global event organized by WWF (World Wide Fund for Nature, also known as World Wildlife Fund). Earth Hour is celebrated on the last Saturday of March annually. The objective is to turn off the non-essential lights and other electrical appliances for one hour at households and businesses. The intention is to raise awareness towards the need to take action on climate change.
Earth Hour 2011 will take place on March 26, 2011 from 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., at your respective local times.

Hence adding up to Earth Hour, in this article I would like to showcase some great Eco Friendly sites. The idea is to raise awareness and get more people to be eco-friendly. Design3edge supports Eco-Friendly companies that is why we use Fatcow’s Hosting which is powered by 100% Wind Energy. We are doing our part of the share, are you doing yours? Check out these websites/blogs and see how you can live an eco-friendly life..

1. TreeHugger

TreeHugger is the leading media outlet dedicated to driving sustainability mainstream. Its a one-stop shop for green news, solutions, and product information. They publish an up to the minute blog, weekly and daily newsletters, weekly radio interviews, and regularl updates on Twitter and Facebook pages.

2. EcoFriend

EcoFriend is a great environmental blog. If you love to have the latest eco-gadgets and products, this is the place to go to find them. The main editorial focus of ‘Ecofriend’ is alternative and renewable energy.

3. Ecoki
Ecoki is a fresh, new eco-lifestyle community filled with enthusiasm for all things eco-related. They are passionate about all things green – whether it’s the latest in scientific research, the newest eco-fashion fad, or an update on organic foods. Regardless of your interest(s), strives to provide you with up-to-date news, great green tips, or even a recipe for dinner.

4. The Daily Green
The Daily Green

Born on Earth Day 2007, The Daily Green earned a min Best of the Web award for Best New Site. The Daily Green features daily news, tips, seasonal recipes, community photos and cover a variety of topics, including gardening, nutrition and food safety, saving money and energy at home, in the car and everywhere else.

5. Ecorazzi

Ecorazzi has been providing the latest in green gossip since August 2006. The environment is serious stuff. The same goes for animal rights and humanitarian issues. Ecorazzi takes the latest in celebrity gossip and entertainment news and filters out all of the fluff.

6. EcoFabulous

EcoFabulous provides you with a short and quick recommendation with the latest need-to-know info for living a sustainable life without compromising style or quality. inspires and educates readers about quality eco-friendly products vetted by expert editors and designers.

7. Inhabitat
Inhabitat is a weblog devoted to the future of design, tracking the innovations in technology, practices and materials that are pushing architecture and home design towards a smarter and more sustainable future.

8. Disney Family
Disney Family

Disney Family was created to help parents with the most important job of their lives: raising their family in the best environment possible. provides answers for every family’s needs. Find resources on parenting and raising healthy children, activities, entertainment, recipes and much more..

9. MoCo Loco
MoCo Loco

MoCo Loco is a web magazine dedicated to everything related to modern contemporary design and architecture, including; residential architecture, interior design, furniture, accessories, lighting, floorcoverings, wallcoverings, books, websites, audio-video, online & retail stores and more.

10. Earth First
Earth First is a fun, irreverant green blog featuring the latest environmental news, exclusive features, original cartoons and videos. They are passionate about the environment and dedicated to cutting through the eco-fluff to get to the heart of the new green movement.