How To Access TreeHugger's Archives

At the time of this writing, TreeHugger has more than 8,300 articles in its archives, and that number should increase by around 100 per week. There's a wealth of information in there and we certainly don't want it to gather dust, which is why we try to link to old posts whenever possible, and why today we're doing this little tutorial on the different ways to access these archaeological treasures.








Search

The first way to find things in the archives is to use the search feature of TreeHugger. It's the best and fastest way if you know exactly what you are looking for. As you can see on the screen capture above, it is located on the top right corner of the site. You simply type in one or many keywords, with or without quote marks, and hit "enter" or press the button that looks like ">>".

Categories

Everything that is published on TreeHugger is filed into at least one category (often more). There are three main way to access the category pages, the first one is to use the drop down category menu:

You just pick the category you want and click on it. You'll be taken to that category's page and there you'll find a reverse chronological order (most recent on top) list of all the posts in that category. For example, in solar you'll find all the posts about solar power, in transportation all the posts about transportation, and so on...

The second way to access the category pages is from the front page of the site: Under each post you can see "File Under:" and then the categories in which that post belongs. If you click on these, you will be taken to those respective category pages.

And the third is simply to go to the list of all categories.

Chronological Order

If you want to browse the archives in chronological order, you can go to this page. From it you can jump to any week you want.

We sincerely hope that you will explore and enjoy our thousands of older posts. Like fine organic wine, we think some of them are even better now that they've matured a bit!

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