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10 Green Magazines And Websites That Perished In 2009 (Slideshow)

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It’s safe to say that 2009 was a horrible year for green media — and just about everyone else too.

Cash flow from advertisers and subscribers dried up fast, leaving some well-established brands to succumb to the economic tidal wave — while other young publications barely made it past a couple months of existence.

We’ve gathered 10 brands that passed away in 2009 and will, with one exception, be missed. Deeming them all as “green” is a bit of a stretch, since some on this list covered much more than the environment — but it’s their contributions to the movement that we’re honoring.

Click here to have a look — and if there’s any that we’ve missed, please chime in below.

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