From the inbox:
And from the description of env-econ:
I'm following up with you about the list EconomicsDegree.net has published of the Top 100 Sites for Enlightened Economists.
I emailed you last week to let you know you'd been nominated, and I'm pleased to report that your site made the Top 100. You can view the list here: http://www.economicsdegree.net/enlightened-economists/
While our site is geared toward prospective students in economics, and they will no doubt find this list to be useful, we also published it to benefit all readers interested in economic topics. Congratulations, and thanks for maintaining such a useful site!
This blog aims to look at more of the microeconomic ideas that can be used toward environmental ends. Bringing to bear a large quantity of external sources and articles, this blog presents a clear vision of what economic environmentalism can be.
Small quibble: I prefer to think of myself as an environmental economist rather than an economic environmentalist.
The latter just sounds like a cheap tree hugger.
Oh, and we're rated ahead of Kaaaaahhhhhn.
I assume that means we're more enlightening.