Tag: Treehugger Picks - Page 7

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    TreeHugger Picks: Why Buy When You Can Rent?

    June 14, 1:43 PM by Collin Dunn in Culture

    TreeHugger is a huge fan of the Product Service System (PSS). Though the name is easy to trip over, the concept is brilliant: that there are ways to rent products or services on-demand, and then just pass them on where you're done. Here are our picks

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    TreeHugger Picks: Biodiesel-Buying Celebs

    June 5, 3:22 PM by Collin Dunn in Culture

    TreeHugger likes biodiesel a lot. We're glad to see that it's been getting some increased press lately, but we can't promote it all by ourselves, so we're always happy when celebrities and other high-profile people put their time, passion and names

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    TreeHugger Picks: Whole Foods In the News

    June 2, 1:05 PM by Collin Dunn in Culture

    Whole Foods Market has met a mixed response here at TreeHugger, and while they aren't perfect, they sure have done some good things to foster the green marketplace and bring words and concepts like "organic" and "sustainable" to a segment of the world

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    TreeHugger Picks: Wave and Tidal Power

    May 31, 2:35 PM by Collin Dunn in Culture

    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

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    TreeHugger Picks: Best of Brazil and Argentina

    May 24, 1:15 PM by Collin Dunn in Culture

    TreeHugging takes place all over the world, every day, and each different locale has it's unique and fabulous take on living the modern, green lifestyle that we write about each day. Today, we train the spotlight on South America, highlighting some of

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    TreeHugger Picks: City Guides

    May 17, 1:05 PM by Collin Dunn in Culture

    Each city around the world lives TreeHugger a little bit differently. From books and maps to simple word of mouth, there are neverending ways and resources to keep it green. Here are just a few.

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    TreeHugger Picks: Car Sharing Services

    May 15, 1:55 PM by Collin Dunn in Culture

    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

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    TreeHugger Picks: Hip Feet on the Street

    May 12, 9:32 AM by Collin Dunn in Culture

    We TreeHuggers spend most days tied to our keyboards and laptops, so when we get a chance to head outside, we don't want to wear just anything to put our feet on the street. Here are some shoes to help us all release our inner hipster.

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    TreeHugger Picks: Tips for a Green Wedding

    May 10, 11:41 AM by Collin Dunn in Culture

    With summer just around the bend, chances are that if you aren't involved in a wedding, you'll be invited to one. Here are some ways for the bride and groom-to-be to green their big day.

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    TreeHugger Picks: Cork Does It All

    May 8, 10:47 AM by Collin Dunn in Culture

    TreeHugger likes cork, not just for its sustainable properties, but for its remarkable versatility. Check out all the applications in which cork can help us all be better TreeHuggers.

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    TreeHugger Picks: Driving Tips

    May 3, 9:39 AM by Collin Dunn in Culture

    Driving cars and burning gasoline can be a pretty contentious subject. Doing it is not good for the environment, but that doesn't stop the majority of us, and though there are some nice alternatives (like hybrids and biodiesel), there is no silver

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    TreeHugger Picks: Spilling the Beans on Coffee

    May 1, 10:00 AM by Collin Dunn in Culture

    Monday morning's aren't many people's favorites, and sometimes it takes a little something extra to get things rolling after a weekend off. For many of us TreeHuggers, coffee gives us that extra kick that gets the week started on the right foot. Here

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    TreeHugger Picks: Make Earth Day Every Day

    April 21, 12:41 PM by Collin Dunn in Culture

    For anyone who's been living under a rock, here's a friendly reminder: tomorrow is Earth Day! While we don't think you need a specific reason (or day, for that matter) to get out and hug some trees, it's always fun to gather your pals and go do some

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    TreeHugger Picks: Sleeping Beauties

    April 19, 8:37 AM by Collin Dunn in Culture

    While it may not be the last thing you think about before falling asleep at night or the first thing you think about when waking up in the morning, where you lay your head is an important lifestyle choice for all TreeHuggers. Here are the beds that

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    TreeHugger Picks: Solar at Home

    April 17, 12:30 PM by Collin Dunn in Culture

    With summer on the way, most of us will be seeing an increase in daylight hours and, thus, solar radiation. While more sunlight and heat isn't all good (as it's increasingly trapped in our atmosphere and slowly warming our globe), we've discovered

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    TreeHugger Picks: Weekend Reading

    April 14, 11:20 AM by Collin Dunn in Culture

    For lots of us, the weekend is a good time to get caught up on some reading. The weekend can also mean time to spruce up your pad or work on the old homestead, so here are our picks for some green living weekend work books. Remember, your friendly

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    TreeHugger Picks: Grow Your Own Food

    April 10, 12:58 PM by Collin Dunn in Culture

    As TreeHuggers, carefully choosing the foods we eat is one of the easiest ways to live green and stay modern. There are lots of ways to do this, from sustainable to organic to vegetarian, but one of our favorites is to eat local foods (and judging by

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    TreeHugger Picks: Eco-Laundry

    April 7, 11:20 AM by Collin Dunn in Culture

    Ahh...Friday. The weekend is nigh, which, for some of us means time away from work to attend to life's simpler pleasures. One of these, without a doubt, is laundry. We all can't swing by the world's largest laundromat that uses solar electricity (in


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