According to the website: “Environmental Graffiti is an eclectic mix of the most bizarre, funny and interesting environmental news on the planet.” And that’s exactly what this captivating blog is all about! From science and technology to art & design, lifestyle, nature and the great outdoors, Environmental Graffiti is the ultimate green news and travel resource that approaches a serious topic from a fun and engaging perspective.
Launched in 2007 by British entrepreneur Chris Ingham Brooke (who also founded Scribol), Environmental Graffiti has quickly grown into the biggest environmental blog in the UK and one of the most impressive in the world.
(Image by Jason deCaires Taylor, reproduced with permission))
Edited by Karl Fabricius, the compelling mixture of news and features ranges from the 20 Most Creative Environmental Ads and the unsettling Macabre Art of Dimitri Tsykalov to the Awesome Graffiti of Belgium’s Doomed Ghost Town, enchanting underwater photography and the re-homing of endangered moon bears in China.
When Urban Ghosts was launched in 2009, Environmental Graffiti was (and still is) a great inspiration to our fledgling blog. And it remains the first place we head for great content, not least to take a wander through the extensive urban exploration archives!
“Whether it’s extreme sports, conservation, art or freaky nature that floats your boat, you’ll find it – and much, much more – right here.” You can also become a fan of Environmental Graffiti on Facebook.
(Blog of the week is a new column showcasing the best of the blogosphere. We already have a great line-up, but if there’s a blog you feel we should feature, please do get in touch!)