Awhile back, we posted on what books the TH team was reading (hint: there's another similar post coming soon!) and have picked a few "TreeHugger Bibles" that are required reading for all TreeHuggers at some point, but we like to keep our eyes on the print magazine scene, too. They help us track green trends in the lifestyle, design & science fields, and offer a good litmus test for mainstream media's take on green; every now and then, we get to help out, like with the latest issue of domino magazine. Here are some of our favorite mags that get regular coverage here on TreeHugger.
1) Dwell magazine offers a different, usually greener, take on architecture.
2) House & Garden concentrates on "design for the well-lived life," and we've enjoyed seeing that design get a little greener lately (for a blog full of green design for the well-lived life, check out TreeHugger's blog at their website).
3) Mags like I.D., Wallpaper* and Surface focus more on design and less on lifestyle, and are great places for cool-hunting and the combination of good design & green design.
4) The UK-based Sublime offers a unique take as "the world's first international ethical lifestyle magazine."
5) Sierra magazine and E Magazine offer a green look at the world from all angles, from the activism of the Sierra Club to green trends, news and views galore from E.