Reddit's Alien is Hitting on Us
As you can see from the screen grab above, Reddit Environment has a special logo today. We think it's very cool, and want to assure the Reddit team that the love is mutual! In fact, if you check the right side of the
We Did Not Expect That One
After the Treehugger "2REEHGR" Hummer (which we don't have anything to do with) comes the TreeHugger Mercedes Unimog Hägglunds Bandvagn truck (?!?!?), with TH logo and everything. There's even what seems to be a "recyclable"
While the traditional economy slows down, green is booming. Riding the wave of the green trend, people are finding or creating unusual new jobs. Earn money and save the planet -- all in a day's work! To further inspire
Joe Romm at Climate Progress proves it once and for all with this 10 second video. Watch it at ::ClimateProgress
Other humor about climate change on TreeHugger:
But will They Rename Them BioDiesel Jeans?
Italy Dresses Down
Back in the day when TreeHugger was young we used to show every new innovative and sometimes silly use of LEDs. They have become so common and omnipresent that we rarely do any more, but could not pass up this plastic bench that lets you "relax in your
The Onion informs us that "With gas solidly over $4 a gallon for the first time and air travel becoming prohibitively expensive, many families are being forced to change their summer travel plans. What are people doing instead this summer?"
London and Chicago, too. Airlines are getting so aggressive now, charging for extra luggage, cutting back on everything that adds weight to the plane. So let's get serious about it: why not charge passengers by the pound? They do it already with
Does this image look familiar? It might be because you saw it over the recently announced European Green Capitals award which will recognize European cities that are models of environmental programs and sustainability.
The Onion tells us: Geneticists at the California Institute of Technology announced Monday that they have developed a tomato with a 31 percent larger price tag than a typical specimen of the vine-ripened fruit. "By utilizing an exciting new