List-eria strikes again. Our 10 most popular blog posts of 2012
It's the season of top this, worst that and 100 most revolting other. So we thought we'd take a look a back at the Green Blog posts you've been reading most in 2012.
And what politically tuned-in, good-food-loving, green-living folk you are.
1. First out of the sack - Andy Atkins' political cracker on government plans not to include a carbon-cutting target in its Energy Bill. (Just as well this one did OK - Andy's our head honcho.)
2. Good food is a winner - around half of our most popular posts have been about how to make, bake or get hold of mouth-watering planet-friendly nosh. Top of the foodie posts was this one on great-tasting vegan cupcakes. (Wait, something going on here - the author is our Head of Communications.)
3. Back to nature with a warning that Government needs to learn the lessons of ash dieback and respond to what science tells us about the plight of the bees. Loads of you responded to this one - we love hearing from you, so keep the comments coming.
4. You took a second bite at Dominic Murphy's guide to growing potatoes - first published in 2011 this one's turning out to be a perennial fave. We call it mashy and nicey.
5. Film buffs lapped up Love Story in Milk - now seen by around 1 million people. Read the story behind the story.
6. And it's back to grub with growing your own tomatoes. One of your five a day?
7. Really mixing it up now - for a garnish, how about growing basil to make pesto?
8. What to do about energy in the UK is a question that's never far away (thanks in part to the campaigning we've done on it this year). Lots of you playlisted James Dubrey's classic switching to a green energy provider.
9. Your comments poured in as Amy's debut video helped launch our campaign to save bees in March. Since then fans have taken 100,000 actions to help bees. If you're among them - thank you.
10. It wouldn't be 2012 without a mention of that book. Sure enough, our tongue-in-cheek rehash of "50 Shades..." tickled some folks' fancy. It's all about power, you know.
And that's just a snapshot. In 2012 we published sled-loads of Green Blog posts - on everything from cycling to honey, from cooperatives to marathons. The Green Blog is written by us - Friends of the Earth staff and volunteers - and increasingly by guests who we think have something juicy to share with you.
Thanks for reading. We'll be back in 2013 with more hits and hints.
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