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Nat Geo's The Green Guide About To Go Belly Up Too?

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tgg_deadReady for some more bad news from the green media landscape? Following the departures of Plenty and Domino Magazine, it now appears that National Geographic will be shuttering their “The Green Guide” publication. Unlike Plenty or Domino, the web version of TGG may stick around. The Daily Green has the info saying:

“According to my source, the remaining staff of The Green Guide is likely to be let go by the end of next month. Earlier today I emailed members of the publication’s staff, but I have not heard back. I left messages with National Geographic’s public relations team that have not yet been returned. I did speak with a representative of a company that does business with TGG, and they told me they “would be very surprised” if the website was ending. They told me recent interactions with the site’s staff had been encouraging.”

It’s a rough world out there right now. Here’s to hoping we don’t lose too many more green entities.

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