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    Cameron Diaz: Eco-Adventure Show for MTV

    November 19, 11:44 PM by TreeHugger in Culture

    Danny Seo isn’t the only one with a green lifestyle show in the works. Cameron Diaz is planning to star in a travel program for MTV that will raise awareness of eco-issues in each of her destinations. Adventure travel – she tries sand surfing in Chile –

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    iXi Bike

    November 19, 11:42 PM by TreeHugger in Cars

    The new music savvy BMWs are said to be the ultimate iPod accessory. Well, we beg to differ. Beemers, make way for the iXi. No CO2 emissions from this modern person-powered marvel. It doesn't even need oil for the chain, preferring a grease-free

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    Cuba Chest by Terence Conran

    November 19, 8:17 PM by TreeHugger in Interior Design

    The Cuba chest is a handsome, manly cabinet that's perfect as an entertainment center in the living room or a wardrobe in the bedroom, where you can admire it from a lofty position in your bed. Designed by Terence Conran (did you know his NY shop turns

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    Eliica (Electric Lithium-Ion battery Car)

    November 19, 3:54 PM by TreeHugger in Cars

    Some pundits reckon it belongs to Captain Scarlet of the Mysterons. Me, I plug for it being the Lady Penelope's weekend car when her pink Thunderbird's FAB 1 is safely garaged. While it may conjure up images of something out of a Saturday morning kids

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    Modern Chair Made of Recycled Seatbelts!

    November 19, 2:05 PM by TreeHugger in Eco-Friendly Furniture

    Designer Peter Danko's modern chair made from recycled seatbelts is great! Danko has exhibited his eco-modern furniture in museums throughout the world, but you can see and sit on it in the comfort of your own home. The Arbor Tandem Chair is made with

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    Sun Frost Low Energy Fridge

    November 19, 2:04 PM by TreeHugger in Kitchen Design

    Located in the California redwoods, the Sun Frost factory is surrounded by the beauty of the earth it helps preserve by engineering energy efficient freezers/refrigerators that cut consumption by 80% to make powering your home with solar energy

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    Abundant Earth's Colorgrown Organic Cotton Towels

    November 19, 11:53 AM by TreeHugger in Bathroom Design

    Slip into something more comfortable. The great thing about these plush towels, is there isn't much to say. Because they have no added extras. Not even dye. The colours you see are the unprocessed colours of the cotton. We expect natural cotton to be

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    Moule & Polyzoides' NRDC Robert Redford Building

    November 19, 10:07 AM by TreeHugger in Sustainable Product Design

    The Congress for the New Urbanism, which promotes walkable urban planning with sensitive blends of housing and job-creating buildings, has declared the Natural Resource Defense Council's Robert Redford Building to be "one of the greenest buildings

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    EcoTip: Coffee cups - spilling the beans

    November 19, 10:05 AM by TreeHugger in Culture

    Which is the most Treehugger to drink one's java from? Ceramic, stryofoam, paper? Ceramic, you scream – how can someone be so dumb as to ask that? Some serious scientific and academic rigour has been applied to just this question. By no less of a

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    Heat on now to make Kyoto work

    November 19, 9:56 AM by TreeHugger in Corporate Responsibility

    Last night Russia formally agreed to ratify the Kyoto Protocol. Remember Kyoto, that agreement designed to reduce global warming by limiting greenhouse gas emissions? The one established a whole seven years ago. Of course, there are still a few

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    Danny Seo, Eco-Stylist

    November 19, 9:07 AM by TreeHugger in Culture

    He shows you how to live green with style. We show you how to live green with style. Could Danny Seo be a long-lost TreeHugger relation? The eco-stylist who's editor-at-large for Organic Style is fast becoming a Martha Stewart for the young, green

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    TreeHugger's UK Man in Philly: Kevin Kosbab

    November 19, 3:38 AM by TreeHugger in About TreeHugger

    Kevin Kosbab’s interest in design and architecture developed while serving tea in a building designed by Arne Jacobsen. Lots and lots of tea. In a parallel universe, Kevin’s work as a book editor has taught him to disarm an angry alligator, leap out of a

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    Torched Wood Finish by 1Earth1Design

    November 18, 11:09 PM by TreeHugger in Eco-Friendly Furniture

    Furniture finishes that don’t release fumes are great, but creative green finishes are even better. 1Earth 1 Design offers a torched wood finish, which entirely eliminates the need for chemicals. Rather than striving for a smooth, glossy coating, the

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    Reisenthel EasyBags for Shopping

    November 18, 6:21 PM by TreeHugger in Style

    Reisenthel Accessories’ Easy Bags are a really excellent solution to the paper vs. plastic conundrum—just bring your own. We love how they fit right into a shopping cart. They are a Euro design, however, so the scale may be slightly smaller, German

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    Green Maps Exhibit: NYC and Online

    November 18, 5:08 PM by TreeHugger in Culture

    Green Map System is showcasing a decade of eco-cultural mapmaking at its first New York exhibit, "Vibrant Communities: Green Maps of New York and the World." But just what is a green map? They are locally created maps that chart the natural and cultural

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    Alvis Chair for Benchmark

    November 18, 2:28 PM by TreeHugger in Eco-Friendly Furniture

    The Alvis chair, designed by Terence Conran, reminds us of an Alvar Aalto classic that went to deconstructionist camp. Conran's delightful, geometric piece has a beautifully crafted comb-jointed, solid-oak frame and is upholstered with natural linen.

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    The Argument against GMO

    November 18, 10:39 AM by TreeHugger in Green Food

    It's easy to simply say that GM foods are scary and dangerous, or that their impact is threateningly unknown, but when confronted with the "Golden Rice will feed starving children in Africa" argument, you've got to have a handbag of facts to hurl

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    Livingreen Surfaces & Flooring

    November 18, 10:08 AM by TreeHugger in Green Architecture

    Recycled glass tiles are only the start of Livingreen’s line of surfaces. Their Vetrazzo countertop and bathroom surface uses more than 80% recycled glass waste – made with a process that allows reuse of normally unrecyclable tempered glass, even old

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