The Intelligent Economist (oxymoron?) lists the 100 best economics blogs for 2016:
If you’re looking for practical, insightful and educational economics blogs, you’ve come to the right place. Here are the 100 best economics blogs online, listed in no particular order. Today, as you know, there’s no shortage of high-quality economics blogs on the web. But we decided to separate the wheat from the chaff and give you the absolute cream of the crop. Whether you’re new to economics, or have an interest in a range of economics topics like econometrics and macroeconomics, or simply want to keep up with global economics, these economics blogs give you the rundown, insights and explanations you need to get a good understanding of economics.
Emphasis added to make sure you notice that theses are IN NO PARTICULAR ORDER--so we consider ourselves #1.
Here are the environmental blogs that found their way onto the list:
83. Environmental Economics: Environmental Economics is a blog intended for a wide audience and approaches its arguments with an easy to understand writing style. The two authors, Tim Haab and John Whitehead are both Economics Professors.
87. An Economic View of the Environment: An Economic View of The Environment is a blog by Robert Stavins, who is a professor at Harvard University and is the Director of the Harvard Environmental Economics Program. His posts paint a comprehensive view of global environmental issues from an economic standpoint.
95. Environmental and Urban Economics: This site by Matthew Kahn, a leading American educator in the field of environmental economics is self described as a blog that addresses environmental and urban issues from an environmental perspective. This is a great read for economists interested in the environment.
100. Aguanomics: David Zetland is an Assistant Professor of Economics at Leiden University College in Den Haag, the Netherland and the creator of Aguanomics. This is a blog dedicated to a discussion of the economic and political factors affecting the way we manage water.
Of course these are IN NO PARTICULAR ORDER (but I include the number rankings, just in case).
There are other blogs on the list that occasionally touch on environmental issues, but these are the four that seem to be dedicated to environmental and resource issues.
HT: Matt Kahn via Twitter