I'm terminating my subscription to Seventeen Magazine in favour of a more awesome mag.
We already receive Wired and Nat Geo...but I'm def looking for something more environmental technology oriented, any ideas?
I wish there were an EcoGeek Magazine. THAT would be so jokes. But anywho... the Sierra Club and Audobon Society magazines are pretty good environmental magazines. As far as other magazines go, BBC History is really great, but I'm not subscribed because it's really expensive in the US. I also love Smitsonian Magazine.
I'm enjoying the current issue of Home Power. It's both green AND useful. For example, it explains to you how to figure out the optimal orientation for your solar panels and how to figure out what size array you'll need in one article, has another on off-grid freezers, another showing how much lumber, hardware and energy can be saved building house frames on 24 inch centers instead of 16 inch centers, and another on converting a car you currently own to an electric vehicle. This is stuff I can use, am willing to use and will actually make a dent in my energy usage as I put some of this stuff into practice. I am into practical, DIY stuff I can USE and that makes a real difference- not just fluffy reading about what other people are doing.