Good news today as another sustainable design concept becomes reality. Upcycling company Worn Again have equipped 250 Eurostar train managers with some rather smart bags made from old staff uniforms. It's been a long journey
Last month this TreeHugger was complaining about how the most innocent of pleasures, such as guerrilla gardening, was being turned into a business. Now I have returned to Selfridges to re-test my thesis, as in shop.
You remember your reusable shopping bags and schlepp them to the farmer's market, only to have some of those precious perishables crushed or damaged by the time you get home. Just last week, I lost part
Last month, my partner gave me a Fjällräven Kanken rucksack for my 30th birthday, and I have to tell you about it, as this is a classic amongst the eco-designs nowadays. I first spotted these slightly odd-looking bags in London many years ago, and
Earlier this month, we told you about UncommonGoods' open design contest, looking for the next great eco-friendly invention. This week, the judges of the YouGoods contest, including TreeHugger founder Graham Hill, chose three finalists, based on the
Defeating the plastic bag scourge just means coming up with clever, convenient alternatives. ReUsies are little cloth bags for sandwiches, bagels, chips, whatevs. Simple but smart, these baggies are cotton on the outside, nylon on the inside (BPA and
The city government of Washington DC, beginning this month, will impose a tax of 5 cents per plastic bags for supermarket customers. City officials plan to use the increased revenue to combat pollution in a local river. According