Of course we are all sick to tears of more ecological recommendations for Christmas presents, but when they are from the green goddess herself, Lucy Siegle, how can we resist? She prefaces her list with a confession that she is not yet "sufficiently
Michelle Kaufmann isn't just an architect of one of the original modern prefabs, pushing the envelope into google mashups, books and new models in all shapes and sizes. She is never one to miss a market, and has set her sights squarely on the booming
Half Christmas card, half Christmas tree replacement (with tongue fully in cheek), UK-based designer Alexander Glenn has created a fun flat-pack tree just in time for the festive holiday season. In the spirit of having a Merry flat-packed Christmas and
Last year, Americans spent $455 billion dollars during the holiday season (ouch!). In an attempt to not only reduce that number, but get us all to think about our consumption and where our stuff comes from, Reverend Billy and the Church of Stop
The good folks over at Core77 have unleashed this year's version of 77 Design Gifts Under $77 (remember last year's?); their unique take on the gift guides that are ubiquitous this time of year is a fun, creative tour of what to get for your
Over the past year or so, as climate change (or is it climate chaos?) has moved closer to the forefront of the world's collective consciousness, we've seen relative carbon footprints for just about everything. From burgers to furniture to UK produce to
1) Forums user socalhockeygal starts up a hot topic these days: the holidays. "I've read a lot about greening your Christmas on different blogs and forums lately. There has been a lot of talk about Christmas trees (fake vs. real), Christmas lights (using
In case you're looking for a great gift idea for the holidays or maybe a unique fundraising idea for your school or group the "WE ADD UP" T-shirts from the folks at "I'm Organic" just may be what you're looking for. The whole idea is to
Sometimes when we are looking for the coolest new green thing we miss something important because it is perhaps not our style. I paid little attention to Kluane's Creations at the One of a Kind show but was killing a few moments and overheard her pitch
Piedmont Biofuels are clearly a multi-talented bunch. Not only are they creating locally brewed sustainable biodiesel for the Piedmont area of North Carolina, but they have also turned their hand to community supported agriculture and even soap making.
As we move into full consumer season it can be difficult to equate your green intentions with the holiday spirit of giving. Perhaps it is time to consider the true value of a gift and how it is made. The Treehugger gift guide will certainly inspire
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I’ve been called my share of names, but the only one that ever really stung was "grinch." The year that a few friends and I started the Hundred Dollar Holiday program through our rural Methodist churches, several business page
We've expanded so much that we've had to add on!
Welcome to Part III of TreeHugger's 2007 Gift Guide! See Part I here and Part II here.
We've made this guide the most comprehensive yet, with 180+ gift ideas in three shades of green, making it a