Image: 8 year old Kenzie Brown with her Science Project, photo from Josh Brown, Kenzie's Father
We Affect Weather?
Do you ever have the feeling it always seems to rain on the weekends but not on the weekdays? So did 8 year old Kenzie Brown, of Phoenix,
Can a poster change the world? We've covered them a lot on TreeHugger: The newest batch comes from the the Canary Project, which brought together a Who's Who of contemporary artists for their take on issues
Can a poster change the world? We've covered them a lot on Treehugger, from Food Posters From the Past are Recipes for the Present to Posters from the Past that Can Guide Us in the Future.
The Canary Project brought together a Who's Who of contemporary a
We kind of already know this - if not intuitively then through past studies - but a new study has shown that when you spend more time out in nature, you feel more alive. Published in this month's issue of the Journal of
For Stephen Hawking, one of the world's most renowned scientists, there's little doubt that life exists elsewhere in the universe. The question then is what such beings would be like and whether or not we should extend an
The Worldwatch Institute's State of the World 2010 report has just been released and takes square aim at what's at the root of the planet's current environment woes, be it climate change, biodiversity loss, natural
Photo Credit: Juan Diego Pérez
Trudie Styler is many things - a UNICEF ambassador, a human rights activist, a co-founder of Rainforest Foundation and, of course, the wife of the musician Sting. In September, she came to the big screen (or more likely
Nearly a year ago we talked about Josh Silver, an inventor working to bring affordable eye glasses to everyone in the world who needs them. He invented a set of glasses where the prescription can be easily changed by
I grew up in a small California town in the hills of northern Santa Barbara County, surrounded by oak trees and tons of open space where it didn't take much of a drive to get well away from people and into the nooks and crannies
Kids might not need to fear the apocalypse after all. At least, that's what Pete Alcorn thinks. According to Alcorn, we have a hopeful future, because we're just about 150 years away from a new enlightenment. Check out his