Tag: Treehugger Picks - Page 4

  • TreeHugger Picks: Going Green on Tour

    February 5, 12:31 PM by Collin Dunn in Culture

    The past week or so, we've been working on finding some of our favorite green music for an upcoming party to celebrate the launch of Domino magazine's green issue (and it's not to late to go cast your vote in the survey), and we got to wondering: who

  • TreeHugger Picks: Cardboard Recycled Furniture & More

    January 26, 11:37 AM by Collin Dunn in Culture

    Much like our old friend bamboo, it seems that cardboard can be used as a replacement for many conventional materials, without chopping down trees or otherwise using virgin materials, and usually incorporates a good deal of recycled material. It makes

  • TreeHugger Picks: States of the Union

    January 24, 10:08 AM by Collin Dunn in Culture

    Last night, President Bush filled us in on the State of the Union here in the US; despite mentioning biofuels and even "the serious challenge of global climate change," in the past year, individual states have left the feds with some catching up to do

  • TreeHugger Picks: Improving Indoor Air Quality

    January 22, 1:48 PM by Collin Dunn in Culture

    Now that winter has set in (in the northern hemisphere, at least), the cooler temperatures mean less open windows and less natural ventilation. This can lead to poorer indoor air quality, which, in some cases, is 10 times worse than outdoor air quality

  • TreeHuggerTV Picks: Mobility & Transportation

    January 19, 1:20 PM by Collin Dunn in Culture

    When it comes to getting around, there are lots of options that use little (or no) gasoline, from those available to us today, like hybrid cars and biofuels, to those that are just on the horizon, like electric cars. TreeHuggerTV has been getting

  • TreeHugger Picks: Clothing That Takes Action

    January 17, 1:05 PM by Collin Dunn in Culture

    TreeHugger has a pretty expansive clothing archive, filled with organic cotton, hemp, bamboo and other fabrics and apparel choices that are easier on the planet, but that isn't always enough for the activist-oriented TreeHugger. Here are some picks for

  • TreeHugger Picks: We Have a Dream

    January 15, 4:22 PM by Collin Dunn in Culture

    As Mike mentioned earlier, today is the celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s legacy in the US. In honor of his famous "I Have a Dream" speech, we'd like to take a moment to consider what TreeHugger might include in a similar forward-looking,

  • TreeHugger Picks: Furniture Designs Worth Another Look

    January 12, 12:35 PM by Collin Dunn in Culture

    Part of TreeHugger's mission is to find and promote ideas, products and designers that are doing great work but still flying below the radar. We've published a couple of focused projects, like our Best of TH: Designers (parts one, two, three & four)

  • TreeHuggerTV Picks: More Convenient Truths

    January 10, 1:49 PM by Collin Dunn in Culture

    The TreeHugger and Seventh Generation Convenient Truths video contest is in full swing (remember, the deadline to enter is February 28), and we hope to get some really creative, pragmatic, practical solutions for stopping climate change. This made us

  • TreeHugger Picks: Ideas & Products for the Home of the Future

    January 8, 12:13 PM by Collin Dunn in Culture

    As 2007 enters its second week, we continue to gaze into our green crystal ball to see what the year might bring. After checking out prototypical energy types and new car prototypes, today we'll go with something a little closer to home. Here are some

  • TreeHugger Picks: Prototypical Energy Types for the Future

    January 5, 9:37 AM by Collin Dunn in Culture

    Following up with our peek at the future with some stunning car prototypes, we gaze into the crystal ball of energy production methods and ideas that have the potential to make the future a much greener place.

  • TreeHugger Picks: Car Prototypes for the Future

    January 3, 8:03 PM by Collin Dunn in Culture

    With the New Year just a few days old, TreeHugger is taking the opportunity to gaze into our crystal balls at what 2007 could bring in the green world. Prototypes are often the manifestation of these future-looking ideas; while many never see the light

  • TreeHugger Picks: Have a Green New Year's Eve

    December 29, 11:52 AM by Collin Dunn in Culture

    2006 is just about in the books, which means that this weekend will see many a party to ring in the new year. Here are our picks for greening up your shindig to welcome 2007.

  • TreeHugger Picks: Our Year in the Media

    December 27, 1:42 PM by Collin Dunn in Culture

    2006 has been a good year for TreeHugger; from the launch of Hugg, TreeHugger TV and TreeHugger Radio and even TreeHugger 2.0, we've been hard at work devising new ways to bring you the green, and we've had some help from some friends in the media.

  • TreeHugger Picks: Celebrating a Green Christmas

    December 25, 9:49 AM by Collin Dunn in Culture

    Christmas is here, and for many a TreeHugger, it means convening with family & friends, green gift giving and one last hug of the Christmas tree. Here are some ways to be sure your Christmas celebrations are a little greener.

  • TreeHugger Picks: It's Beginning to Look A Lot Like Christmas

    December 22, 12:32 PM by Collin Dunn in Culture

    The holiday season is nearing its zenith, with a couple of big days right around the corner. Here are some ways TreeHuggers know that Christmas is almost here.

  • TreeHugger Picks: TreeHuggerTV's Eco-Party Tips

    December 20, 11:23 AM by Collin Dunn in Culture

    A couple of big holidays are right around the corner, and with the holidays come the holiday parties. TreeHuggerTV has some good ideas for how to source, plan and enjoy eco-parties during the holidays and all year 'round.

  • TreeHugger Picks: TreeHuggerTV's Planet Cooling Tips

    December 15, 10:59 AM by Collin Dunn in Culture

    TreeHugger hopes the An Inconvenient Truth House Parties happening this weekend will help spread the word about global warming and maybe inspire a few new ideas on film about how to combat climate change. Until then, here are our picks for some