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In the “green” space, credibility is crucial, and things are changing rapidly as investment washes in and out of the sector, companies make big eco-commitments, or they slink away from their environmental goals. A great way to stay up to date is to sign yourself up for a few newsletters in the space you’re interested in moving into. Being well-read is also a networking tool — you can know who’s growing, who’s been bought out, who’s making  headlines. Use these developments as opportunities to reach out to the companies or people involved and start a meaningful dialogue.

Here are my 30 favorite green newsletters –  criteria included quality of news/writing, relevance, up-to-date information, and lack of spammy-ness.

General Green News:

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Jobs:

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Tom (@brightgreen) is the Founder and Managing Partner of Bright Green Talent (www.brightgreentalent.com), an environmental recruitment business. Tom is social entrepreneur and campaigner for responsible business, having started three social businesses and winning the Young Social Entrepreneur of the Year in the UK. In 2007, he was featured as one of 30 'Everyday Heroes' in Prime Minister Gordon Brown's book. Find out more on www.tomsavage.co.uk.

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