Meet the fetching flycatcher with a penchant for adventure.
Source: TreeHugger – Photo: Tropical kingbird takes a trip to California
The Gallup 2017 Global Emotions report is in, revealing a few surprises about which nations are feeling the most positively about things.
Source: TreeHugger – The 10 happiest countries on the planet
A self-driving electric delivery van has been dispatching groceries ordered online direct to customers’ houses in the UK, as a part of a real-world autonomous distribution trial.
Source: TreeHugger – Online UK supermarket trials grocery delivery with an autonomous electric van
This minimalist build uses some innovative building techniques and materials for rapid assembly.
Source: TreeHugger – Modern SaltBox tiny house uses a CNC-cut panelized construction system (Video)
It is a strange and wonderful experience where you don’t know what’s around the corner
Source: TreeHugger – Biking and walking in Berlin is a breath of fresh air (metaphorically, not literally)
The influx of money that tourists bring may be good for the economy, but many Italians are saying, ‘Enough!’
Source: TreeHugger – How industrial-style tourism is hurting Italy
A consumer product guide compiled along with iFixit shows which brands make it easy to fix our gadgets and which don’t.
Source: TreeHugger – Greenpeace tech product guide ranks Apple, Samsung low on repairability
More than half a million straws are thrown away daily in the U.S. These get blown and washed into oceans and rivers, where animals mistake them for food.
Source: TreeHugger – ‘Straws’ film reveals how the straw in your drink is hurting the world
And why are these not standard equipment on every car?
Source: TreeHugger – Europeans lead the way in designing cars that protect pedestrians
It’s a common misconception, but EVs don’t need expensive charging stations to get a charge.
Source: TreeHugger – The low-cost electric car charging station that every employer should have
The sub with the silly name does real science and generates real excitement.
Source: TreeHugger – We all live in a yellow submarine named Boaty McBoatface
In a remote stretch of rainforest on Canada’s Pacific coast, a unique population of wolves has taken to a life of the sea.
Source: TreeHugger – These wondrous sea wolves swim for miles and live off the watery wilds
This piece of solar-powered urban furniture cleans air, collects rainwater and also doubles as a living billboard.
Source: TreeHugger – High-tech CityTree cleans as much pollution as 275 trees (Video)
BMW and PG&E’s smart charging pilot shows that demand management can really flatten out the load curve.
Source: TreeHugger – Study shows that electric cars could help kill the duck
Power ratings and construction standards appear as Tesla’s solar roof gets the certifications needed for installations to begin
Source: TreeHugger – Details on the Tesla solar shingle emerge in UL certifications
They are already building them in China.
Source: TreeHugger – Supercapacitors could be better than batteries or fuel cells for clean electric powered transit
Local governments are being seduced by a petrochemical industry that’s more lucrative than ever.
Source: TreeHugger – Plastic bag wars are heating up in the U.S.
The money is going to help Buckingham Palace go solar too.
Source: TreeHugger – Queen Elizabeth gets rich(er) thanks to wind farms
Humans might make a mess of things, but patient Mother Nature has no problem moving back in once we’ve hit the road.
Source: TreeHugger – 8 dreamlike abandoned settings being reclaimed by nature
It’s not a veggie burger. But there’s a lot less beef in it than normal.
Source: TreeHugger – Sonic launches part-mushroom, part-beef burger