The Sun is Rising Again for EarthTechling

For more than five years EarthTechling has been one of the leading clean technology blogs. As you know we stopped publishing new content about a couple months ago.

But today, I’m pleased to announce that after a long look and discussions with several interested parties, we’ve found a new team to drive EarthTechling forward.

The goal was always to be a leader in information that inspired action, and we are happy to see the new owners taking pride in relevant and actionable information. This new team is well suited to continue these efforts while continuing to expand the reach and readership of this site.

More than ever before there are exciting developments in earth friendly technologies. Every day we make steps to bringing cleaner technologies to market. And only through sites like EarthTechling can we bring the latest information on these technologies to the forefront. But it all starts with you. The future is bright and green and we hope you’ll welcome this new team and get involved – let them know what you want to hear about!

Over the coming weeks you’ll start to see new content and new additions to the site that will recapture attention and re-position this site once again as the leading source of consumer focused clean technology.

We sincerely appreciate the support and following of our loyal readers and we look forward to continuing to serve you in the years ahead.

Thanks!

Jason Ridge, Former Owner – EarthTechling

Jason Ridge

I am the Owner and Managing Director of EarthTechling. I have more than 20 years of technology and marketing experience and enjoy new challenges. I'm a novice writer, designer, and follower of all things tech. Think of me as a gadget junkie...with a slant towards those things that make our lives better, care for the environment, and provide for a solid future.

  • Joel

    I am sad about this. I wish you all the best Jason. It was a wonderful site!

  • protn7

    Earthtechlings surrender! Resistance is futile!

  • Geo T

    If you keep promoting industrial wind turbines and other forms of energy sprawl that destroy natural scenery, the site should be left to wither. True respect for the Earth doesn’t look past the obvious blight of faux green technologies while only dwelling on fossil fuels as evil. Green Blindness is as serious as problem as climate denial. Scenery and quality of life still matters, you know.