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MSN Environment Launched

For eco-warriors and environmentalists, there's a new channel on MSN that will be of interest: MSN Environment. On this site, you can read news and blogs, watch videos, get eco-friendly tips, plus get access to tools like a carbon calculator and a water usage meter. The site is only on MSN UK (for the U.S., we have MSN Green instead), but there are certainly features on the site that will appeal to everyone interested in these issues.

If you want to follow various sections of MSN Environment, there are several RSS feeds to choose from, including:

  • Environment Blog: Matthew Yeomans is the co-founder of Custom Communication an online media consultancy that provides environmental reporting. He reports for MSN on The Climate Report blog.
  • Environment Features: All the feature stories from MSN Environment Editor including analysis.
  • Environment Photos: All the photo stories from MSN Environment Editor including analysis.
  • Environment News: Updated throughout the day with breaking and feature news stories
  • Environment Videos: Stand alone features from VideoJug
  • Green Living : Reports on Green Living

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  • quikboyquikboy

    I still don't think it's half as good as the real MSN Green site. Microsoft should expand this type of site to other foreign countries as well. And hopefully have a good stance on environmentally friendliness at their own campuses and factories that manufacture the products.

  • quikboyquikboy

    I still don't think it's half as good as the real MSN Green site. Microsoft should expand this type of site to other foreign countries as well. And hopefully have a good stance on environmentally friendliness at their own campuses and factories that manufacture the products.

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