Blowing your own trumpet is a hugely unattractive act (stop sniggering at the back), but BusinessGreen's esteemed marketing manager is insistent I report the news that I have just been included in the top 10 of the Press Gazette's top 50 environmental journalists.
This is hugely satisfying on a number of fronts, not least because the top 50 was voted for by journalists working in the environmental field and BusinessGreen is the only business title included in the top 10.
It is also a list dominated by journalists who I have admired for years, if not decades, many of whom have played a crucial role in shaping the environmental movement and have consistently set the standards that BusinessGreen aspires to.
After four years of hard work the website is in a better shape than it has ever been, reaching over 100,000 people a month and playing a central role in setting the green business agenda (we also featured twice in this week's top 50 blogs for green business students).
I'm lucky enough to work as part of a team of hugely talented and ambitious journalists, all of whom firmly believe we are playing a small part in what will prove to be the defining environmental, social and economic issue of our generation.
It is hugely satisfying to have this work acknowledged by our peers and I can only hope that the momentum the green business sector is currently enjoying continues for many years to come.
Right, that's enough. I'm putting the trumpet away for another year.
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