I know Santa Claus is Chinese because each Christmas morning after all the gifts are unwrapped and things settle down I systematically go through the presents to see where they are made. The results are almost always the same: roughly 70 percent are
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.
It's a dilemma--the irresistible urge to buy christmas tree ornaments and knowing that it's the year for a green, environmental christmas celebration... Here's the answer: do both! Start with the stringing of the cranberries, interspersed with
Treehuggers are no strangers to climate-related bad news, but this latest headline is particularly worrying. It seems Santa, who was recently voted one of the top 100 green heroes, may be unable to make a successful lift-off this year, due to the
If you eat cherries, chances are they come from Washington and Western Montana. The Washington cherries ripened late this year, and the Montana crop came early. This has meant a glut in the market, and the largest regional shipping plant isn't accepting
Last week in Toronto attendees at the 2006 World Congress on Industrial and Biotechnology and Bioprocessing were treated to a fashion parade. Apparel fro designers such as Halston, Oscar de la Renta, Stephen Burrows, Heatherette, and Elisa Jimenez, Linda
Responsible new parents are looking for ways to reduce the impact of disposable diapers. They want green clothes that are made of organic cotton and are free of chemicals but are still adorable. In response some small companies have started to create
Perhaps we don't really get it. We bike every day with our fancy Lake shoes on our clipless pedals on our Norco roadbike when we learn from ReadingToronto that we should realy be riding a fabulous Dutch bike from Jorg and Olif. We go on about how bikes