TreeHugger has followed the "journeys" of several people who have chosen to live on nothing for a year but here is a new twist. Josh Stevens has been living off Groupon vouchers for almost a year now across the United States and
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This guest post was written by Beth Buczynski, a writer for Care2 Causes.
Oil prices have been climbing steadily since the beginning of the year, and as some gas stations prepare to dust off the ominous number
Today's LA Marathon followed a "Stadium to the Sea" route that has been in effect since 2009. The route was designed to showcase the City's landmarks from the East to the West. While looking at the map,
If you can't afford a Segway, what about half of one? While the two-wheeled personal transporter can set you back by $5,000 or more, a new one-wheel, Segway-inspired model called the Solowheel is due to go on sale for a mere $1,500 in the U.S.,
A study released by the Planning Institute of Australia (PIA) in late 2010 found that "Australia will be forced to rely on huge quantities of imported oil unless it radically overhauls its transport and urban
Every time I'm on a bus inching its way along Istanbul's Bosphorus Strait, on a shore road often so packed with traffic that it's faster to walk than ride, I ask myself the same thing: Why the heck doesn't the city run ferry services on this route?
WOW, that looks fun! For those who have been searching for just the right option to reduce that falling-off-my-bike-at-every-corner factor in bicycle commuting, or to get the most out of exercise time, ElliptiGO
Do you get the feeling your car likes to go faster when you're blasting a great song on your interactive media system? Come on, admit it: you are secretly rationalizing that if the car goes faster fueled by the music, it must not
Yesterday my fellow TreeHugger Sami posed the question 'Does Telecommuting Encourage Travel?' To which I respond, so what if it does? Travel is good. From the act of movement itself, to the experience of new
When the New York Police blamed cyclists for causing 75% of accidents -- without offering supporting data, the organization Right of Way struck back with a report showing only 25% of bikers at fault, and that only on the
Not only is this koala bear one of the cutest animals on the planet, it just may be among the luckiest too. Defying the odds normally stacked against wildlife in an encounter with a fast moving vehicle, this koala bear survived being
Image credit: US Strategic Perspective Institute/the Working from Home Council
Many employers still resist telecommuting, but there's no doubt that encouraging people to work from home—even part time—could go a long way toward cutting