Awhile back, we initiated a series of posts encouraging our readers from across the globe to tell us about their cities: the green good, bad and ugly of the city, including things like public transportation, suburban sprawl, air quality and other
I’ve noted before one of my fave little quotes, collected while doing some work for Greenpeace: "If you think you are too small to make a difference, try sleeping in a closed room with a mosquito." Apparently it’s an African proverb, but I think it
Amber MacArthur is the New Media Specialist for City News International and one time judge of the Webby Awards. Seems she is a fan of TreeHugger and in particular, our own TreeHuggerTV, reporting that we'd won a recent Vloggie Award. Lloyd Alter is
A mid 1990's news story from Europe spawned the first car sharing network in Canada in October of 1998. Since then, co-founder Kevin McLaughlin has worked tirelessly on making AutoShare an affordable and viable option to car-ownership in cities across
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.
The high price of gas has been a hot topic of late, and we suspect it will continue to heat up with summer temperatures and busy summer travel. We've mentioned some easy ways to bump up your mileage, chatted about some ways to reduce our collective
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.