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  • TreeHugger looking for Indian, African and Chinese Correspondents!

    November 28, 5:30 AM by TreeHugger in About TreeHugger

    We are looking for part-time writers in India, China and Africa (among others). Key skills are writing talent, keen eye for design, eco-knowledge and professionalism. If interested, please send 5 small images of things that you think would be good on

  • Laurie David : Giving Global Warming the Cold Shoulder

    October 21, 1:33 AM by TreeHugger in Culture

    With the recent onslaught of hurricanes and tropical storms battering the gulf islands and coast, the global media has finally begun to give some face time to this whole "global warming" idea. That's welcome news to many treehuggers who have been

  • Name Our Baby And Win A Voltaic Bag!

    October 21, 12:58 AM by TreeHugger in About TreeHugger

    Some of our Hollywood friends are putting together a hot new show for PBS about real businesses and entrepreneurs making big green by going green. At Treehugger, we're serious believers in the idea that economies are the best machine to drive adoption

  • Lazy Environmentalist Interviews Graham Hill, Jen Boulden and Mark Spellun

    September 12, 8:23 AM by TreeHugger in About TreeHugger

    TreeHugger's founder will be interviewed along with the co-founder of Ideal Bite and the Editor-in-Chief of Plenty Magazine today at 4 pm EST. Here are the deets: September 9, 2005 -- The environmental movement is undergoing an identity crisis. While

  • Top 5: Fancy Pants

    September 1, 4:02 AM by TreeHugger in Culture

    Unfortunately, over the years, the illustrious tradition of treehugging has become synonymous with "back to nature" type clothes. Ratty hemp shirts, skirts made from quilters scraps, and the ubiquitous Birkenstock sandal. Even more frightening has

  • Ask Me About My Gas : Say It With A Shirt

    August 30, 1:35 AM by TreeHugger in Sustainable Fashion

    Lately, the T-shirt fad is reaching a fever pitch. New independent designers surface daily, offering small batches of ultra-cool printed tees to add to your collection. There are gallery shows, contests, and cotton threads with cult status. Within such

  • GreenAds: Advertizing With A Little More Heart

    August 26, 2:08 PM by TreeHugger in About TreeHugger

    Here at Treehugger, we're committed to bringing you the best the sustainable lifestyle has to offer. So we're pleased as punch to be involved with the new GreenAds syndicated advertising service. This new eco-venture matches sustainably minded

  • Earthtalk: Why Die For Hair Dye?

    August 25, 11:06 AM by TreeHugger in Style

    Treehugger is proud to introduce a weekly column with answers to your environmental questions, EARTH TALK, From the Editors of E/The Environmental Magazine Dear EarthTalk: Are there organic highlights and dyes I can use in my hair that contain less

  • Book Review: Radical Simplicity

    August 22, 6:44 AM by TreeHugger in Culture

    First of all, a couple of confessions. 1.) I’ve been known to threaten family while watching latest Hollywood blockbuster on 30 inch Trinitron that we’re moving off the grid so start polishing up your library cards. 2.) I drove the mile to the

  • Life Straw: All You Can Drink For A Year!

    August 22, 6:02 AM by TreeHugger in Clean Water

    Even with the "massive" 1700 person cryptosporidium outbreak in New York State this past summer, the water quality problems of the developed world pale in comparison to the more than 1 billion people throughout the world without access to safe drinking

  • Q & A : Biodiesel Airplanes?

    August 19, 11:15 AM by TreeHugger in Culture

    Treehugger Elizabeth Snow wrote us today, asking "Can airplanes run on biodiesel?" We thought that was a decent question, since a Boeing 747 run from Minneapolis to Amsterdam uses over 109,700 liters of fuel to make the trip. That's almost 8 times as

  • Hemp Plastic: Not Just For Sandals Anymore

    August 16, 7:14 AM by TreeHugger in Clean Technology

    With oil prices climbing all over the world, plastics manufacturers are looking to alternative sources of raw material that don't rely on synthetics. British company Hemp Plastics thinks it's on the right track to producing a 100% hemp feedstock

  • Recycler: Make Your Move -- With A Bike Trailer

    August 12, 2:07 AM by TreeHugger in Cars

    Here in the northern hemisphere, summer is in full swing. And that means barbecue, trips to the park, long bike rides, and ... moving tons of junk. It's true; For some reason, summer is synonymous with moving into new apartments, filling in some empty

  • Treehugger Survey #2 : Last Chances For Hip

    August 11, 2:31 PM by TreeHugger in Culture

    Treehugger Survey number two is still going strong, and we know we haven't heard from all of you. Your responses will go to help us get content, advertisers, contests, and events that better fit what you're looking for. And, three lucky winners will

  • First and Second Chances For August Green Drinks

    August 9, 6:38 PM by TreeHugger in Culture

    If you're in NYC tonight, and looking to rub elbows with some of the city's up-and-coming greenies, then Green Drinks is the mixer for you. Green Drinks is a nonprofit, grassroots movement to bring together movers and shakers in architecture, energy,

  • Voltaic Systems are Hiring! (Solar Backpack-Makers)

    August 8, 5:54 AM by TreeHugger in Culture

    We get a lot of questions about how to find a green job. Here's one! Friend of TreeHugger, Voltaic Systems, inventors of the Solar Backpack, are looking for an Operations Manager. This position would touch most day to day activities including: PR and

  • NYC Treehuggers: Opportunity to Help the Arctic

    August 2, 12:18 PM by TreeHugger in Culture

    This is a little late for many of you, but if you're a New York Treehugger looking for something to do tonight, consider attending this fundraiser on behalf of the Treasure America Project. This group of writers, filmmakers, and activists is dedicated

  • Treehugger Survey #2: Still A Chance To Win

    July 31, 12:41 PM by TreeHugger in Culture

    If you haven't had a chance yet, TreeHugger Survey #2, and the chance to win a $100 gift certificate at Hip & Zen are still waiting. Give us the lowdown on who you are, what you love, and what you wish TreeHugger could do for you. And you could be a

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