Elevated above the trees outside a village in France, is this unique treehouse you can rent.
Source: TreeHugger – Geometric treehouse is inspired by birds’ nests (Video)
I used to avoid repeating recipes. Now I depend on it.
Source: TreeHugger – The 5 recipes I make over and over again
A study found that, after teaching a lesson outside, teachers were able to hold kids’ attention for nearly twice as long during a subsequent indoor lesson.
Source: TreeHugger – Outdoor lessons improve children’s learning
Sorry, shoppers, but empty supermarket shelves could be a good thing.
Source: TreeHugger – Don’t judge a supermarket for empty shelves, it might be fighting food waste
Our photo of the day is a lesson in biodiversity.
Source: TreeHugger – Photo: Cute little beetle considers a leaf
A contemporary design for an earthquake-resistant, modular home.
Source: TreeHugger – Nomadic home prototype built out of a shipping container (Video)
There are not many surprises, other than Columbus, Ohio and Toronto, Canada
Source: TreeHugger – Short List for Amazon’s second headquarters speaks volumes about cities
Why buy if you can borrow? These companies show how the fashion industry can be kinder to the environment — and your wallet!
Source: TreeHugger – These clever companies offer clothes on a subscription basis
The drones revealed that the numbers for olive ridleys were higher than thought.
Source: TreeHugger – Drones help scientists monitor endangered sea turtles
After the California fires, the building expert has some suggestions that really make sense for anyone building.
Source: TreeHugger – Lloyd Kahn’s good advice on how to rebuild after disaster
Prime Minister May is hoping to cheer up the millions of Britons who live in a sad and unhealthy state of chronic loneliness.
Source: TreeHugger – UK government appoints a minister for loneliness
The Myanmar snub-nosed monkey may survive because of work by communities, NGOs and the Myanmar and Chinese governments.
Source: TreeHugger – Hope rises for critically endangered monkey thanks to conservation efforts
Kids aren’t stupid, nor will they shatter, but most school playground rules treat them like they are.
Source: TreeHugger – Can we stop treating kids like ‘delicate morons’?
These stupid headlines miss the whole point- Microwaves use very little power, slightly more than a 7 watt LED bulb over its lifetime.
Source: TreeHugger – No, your microwave oven isn’t killing the planet
It’s hard not to respect the legacy of this herd.
Source: TreeHugger – Photo: Bison versus snow in Yellowstone
She picks trash on her way to and from school. And she’s not going to let anyone stop her.
Source: TreeHugger – ‘Trash Girl’ won’t back down: Despite bullies, 12 year old keeps up anti-litter fight
In almost all aspects, it lives up to the hype, says Edmunds. But man is that screen a distraction…
Source: TreeHugger – Edmunds reviews the Tesla Model 3
A boring bathroom gets an amazing hand-drawn makeover.
Source: TreeHugger – Artist turns bathroom into magical nature spot using recycled materials
Host gatherings with friends both outdoors and in your home, while sharing food prep to make it more affordable.
Source: TreeHugger – Entertain like a TreeHugger this winter
On TreeHugger we often say “take the stairs!” but escalators have changed how we get around.
Source: TreeHugger – An uplifting story: the escalator just had its 125th birthday.