Just love this New York image posted on PSFK recently. Bicycles in New York don't seem to quite yet "Own the street", unless you count cycling the wrong way up the street head-on into the traffic, but they could. Or, they are coming. If they are
What does Finland’s Highway #1, New York City and IKEA have in common? Metrolight- an Israeli company that manufacturers electronic ballasts for decreasing lighting costs (and reducing electricity needs) without compromising lighting needs. We saw
Good magazine is just that: damn good. Full of delicious cultural tidbits and facts, the premiere Sep/Oct issue offers a plethora of green tips and resources to satiate any TreeHugger's appetite. My favorite article is by Ben Jervey, a fellow New York
It's been a big week here at TreeHugger, with the Martha Stewart appearance and all, so we're glad that Friday has arrived and that the weekend is dead ahead. To celebrate the week's end (and in preparation for the big party over at TreeHuggerTV), here
It's been interesting to watch the progression of green roofs as they've gone from the realm of hobbits to more prominent locations atop businesses and corporations. We're happy to say it: yep, green roofs have gone big-time.
TreeHugger covers a lot of bases when it comes to alternative energy; solar, wind, biogas, hydrogen and the list goes on. One of our favorite up and coming forms of alternative energy is wave and tidal power. Check out our picks for diving in to the
Our readers are an inquisitive bunch, and many have set out on their own to create their own TreeHugger dwellings (or improve the one they've already got) after asking us a little advice about building materials.
We featured Low+Tight's seatbelt bags previously on Treehugger. Harvey's also makes bags out of seatbelts — the style is a little more streamlined and they have a wider range of colors available — who knew they made pink seatbelts? We like