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Ecorazzi's Top 5 Favorite Green Holiday Gift Guides Of 2010

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With the holiday season in full swing, online gift guides seem to be popping up everywhere; we published our own, in fact, just last week. And while we’re crazy about spreading green gossip, we also love supporting our fellow eco bloggers and sharing their great finds with you. So, for your holiday enjoyment, we’ve chosen our five favorite gifts guides of 2010. Check them out below:

Inhabitat Green Gift Guide 2010 — This year, Inhabitat has gone above and beyond to bring you one of the most comprehensive holiday guides on the web. Broken into 18 categories, including “Gifts for Her,” “Gifts for Mom & Dad,” “Stocking Stuffers” and “Gifts That Give Back,” Inhabitat has made sure everyone on your shopping list is covered. Stop by Inhabitat.com to view their mega-guide!

Alex’s Heathy Holiday Gift Guide — Celebrated author, health counselor, and vegan chef Alex Jamieson has released a collection of her favorite products and services to help make your new year joyous and healthy. “My intention is to save you money and time while offering outstanding methods to feel better and ways to create a rich life without creating more for you to do,” says Alex. Check out her gift guide here!

TreeHugger’s Green Gift Guide — We’re super big fans of TreeHugger and look forward to their Green Gift Guide each year. For the 2010 installment, TreeHugger is focusing on luxury with 10 categories and over 100 low-impact, environmentally-friendly gifts. “Whether you are looking for shimmering one-of-a-kind bangles (welded from architectural scraps), a pup-sized recycled raincoat for your pooch, or rockstar-worthy coasters for your music buff, these sweet indulgences are guilt-free when it comes to the earth,” says TreeHugger. Stop by TreeHugger.com to view the guide.

The Mesh Holiday Gift Guide 2010 — Developed by author and entrepreneur Lisa Gansky,The Mesh Holiday Gift Guide 2010 provides rich experiences (instead of just more stuff) for the eco-minded friend or family member on your shopping list. Gansky’s guide offers an array of creative ways to make the holidays memorable, including experiences for DIY stitchers, car-less cruisers, and lovers of re-fabulous stuff. One of our favorites on the list is a company called Local Dirt, which let consumers buy, sell, feature and find local food. Yum! Stop by Meshing.It to view the whole guide.

MNN Holiday Gift Guide 2010 — The Mother Nature Network is closing out their first year with a super eclectic holiday gift guide. Showcasing their favorite eco finds of 2010, MNN wants to help you discover that perfect planet-pleasing present. “Geared to take the guesswork out of holiday gifting, there’s something here for everyone, even those on your list with the most esoteric tastes,” says the Mother Nature Network. Stop by MNN.com to get the guide!

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