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Weston Super Mare, Somerset, United Kingdom
Hello and welcome to my blog. My name is Robin Whitlock. I am a freelance journalist with a special interest in environmental issues and renewable energy. I have numerous published articles to my credit and write regularly for a number of renewable energy websites. I am also a writer for Renewable Energy Magazine and a sub-editor for Renewable Energy Focus. I am currently based in Bristol, UK. Besides renewable energy and green issues I have a wide variety of other interests which includes World War 2, mythology and folklore, gardening, railways and lots more besides. You can also reach me on either of my two email addresses, which are: robinwhitlock66@hotmail.com and robinwhitlock1966@gmail.com Thanks!

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Hire Me!! - Freelance Journalist specializing in environmental issues and renewable energy
Writer for Renewable Energy Magazine
Sub-editor for Renewable Energy Focus
Contributor to Holmes Digital Media websites (Solar Guide, Renewables Guide, Boiler Guide, Builder Guide)
Contributor to Cleversolar blog and Find Energy Savings
Published in numerous national magazines
See below for writing samples

Monday, 14 June 2010

Ask The Experts

I've just written an article on economic growth and environmental issues, which you can read here:

http://www.asktheexperts.org.uk/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=72&Itemid=103

This was written for Ask The Experts, a social media discussion forum run by the technical recruitment consultancy F10, who are based in Milton Keynes. I am write for F10 on a voluntary basis, but it's worth doing so since in this manner I can construct a portfolio of business and technically-orientated articles that should be a key indicator of my writing and communicative abilities. There are more articles to follow. You may need to register on the site to view them, but it's worth doing so because Ask The Experts is a highly interesting and useful platform for business and technical discussion across a wide range of sectors.

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