While not quite as glamorous as some other forms of alternative energy, we still think biogas courtesy of our four-legged friends is an important part of a clean-energy future. Check out some biogas posts from our past, and behold the power of poo.
When it comes to painting, papering or otherwise dressing up your walls, TreeHugger has you covered, so to speak. Wallcoverings can really jazz up your interiors, and can even help improve indoor air quality. Here are our favorites:
French foodie Brillat-Savarin rather famously once wrote, "Dis moi ce que tu manges, je te dirai ce que tu es", and while we appreciate the sentiment, TreeHugger prefers this axiom in a slightly different form: "Tell me where you cook, and we'll tell
TreeHugger is all about getting it done without the benefits of conventional power. All of these gadgets can help cut your local electric utility or disposable battery supplier out of your life while your gadgets retain their glorious
With the Opening Ceremonies for the Winter Olympics in Turin just hours away, the whole world will soon be watching the festivities in the Italian Alps. Dubbed "The First Hydrogen Olympics" as well as claiming the entire event to be climate-neutral,
TreeHugger sure likes recycling, but when it comes to products and materials recycled into "new" products, all too often their aesthetics leave a little something to be desired. Not so with today's picks, which are all groovy posts from our past that
With a bold prediction from a certain rodent late last week that winter would soldier on for six more weeks, we thought now would be a useful time to pull out some of our best eco-travel resources, (eco-tourism is "the buzzword" of 2006, after all) so
There's a big football game coming up this weekend, but you don't have to be a big football fan to enjoy the Super Bowl. The drama, the grandeur and the commercials will keep millions of people across the world glued to their seats (and hey, Kermit's
After listening to the supposed "State of the Union" here in the US last night, we paused our dilligent TreeHugging to wonder exactly where the state of the TreeHugger Union stood these days. Much like the televised version last night, we've got the
When it comes to transportation, TreeHugger thinks human power is the way to go, but there are times when two wheels just won't cut it. Have a look at some of the best human-powered bicycle alternatives from our past.
TreeHuggers are a thirsty crowd, as evidenced by our numerous posts about breweries and wineries and all the booze they crank out. The best of them not only produce thirst-quenching beers, sippable wines and the like, but also do good and give our
It's only rock 'n roll, but we like it, especially when it involves the TreeHugger things that these rockers are producing, branding or otherwise promoting. Just take a cue from these fabulous musicians; your ears and your planet will thank you.