The first object ever known to enter our solar system from beyond is not your average asteroid or comet.
Source: TreeHugger – First interstellar visitor described as an ‘oddball’
The Rubbee X, which claims to add 30 miles of sweat-free riding to any bike, weighs under 9 pounds and can be added or detached to a bike “in just one second.”
Source: TreeHugger – This e-bike conversion kit uses friction drive to electrify any bike
How about nothing? You’re lucky to have them.
Source: TreeHugger – What’s to be done about pesky grandparents and their bad influence?
They call it “a new type of village landscape: one where architecture becomes nature, and nature dissolves into architecture.”
Source: TreeHugger – MAD Architects build mountain village in UNESCO World Heritage Site
To prevent potential prey from spotting its shadow on the seafloor, the bobtail squid emits just enough light to match the moonlight shining upon it.
Source: TreeHugger – Crazy little squid hunts by moonlight, glows to hide its shadow
You CAN raise a child without a smartphone or tablet, and here’s how to do it.
Source: TreeHugger – 7 strategies for keeping kids entertained without screens
It’s time we just came out and said it. They kill more people than guns. They do not belong in our cities.
Source: TreeHugger – Ban Cars
These vintage-inspired travel posters are a sobering tribute to the landmark legacies we stand to lose.
Source: TreeHugger – Posters pay homage to World Heritage Sites at risk of disappearing forever
Because shipping containers are designed to move and these ones might have to.
Source: TreeHugger – Does shipping container architecture make sense? This hotel in London might
Our photo of the day comes California’s beautiful Morro Bay.
Source: TreeHugger – Photo: Young yellow-crowned night heron visits the bay
It’s funny, no it’s sad that nothing has changed in 90 years- it is still the pedestrian’s fault.
Source: TreeHugger – The perfect pedestrian: How to make the world safe for Motocracy
What the Club Sandwich Generation looks like in Tokyo, where it is unusual to renovate instead of starting from scratch
Source: TreeHugger – Renovation in Tokyo creates a house for four generations
The light electric vehicle sector is about to see a new entry, which the company claims “combines the comfort and protection of a car with the agility of a motorcycle.”
Source: TreeHugger – 3-wheeled electric Velocipedo vehicle offers 93-mile range & 4 hour charge time
Nature gets digitized in these vibrant animations that feature audio recordings from the rainforest.
Source: TreeHugger – Digital artist creates “visual sounds” from Amazonian birdsongs (Video)
Carolina Catarino is a young Brazilian scientist who just won a Lush Prize for improving lab-grown skin models.
Source: TreeHugger – 3D-printed human skin models will help end animal testing
65,000 daily riders deserved something better. They got it.
Source: TreeHugger – Toronto transit users love the new pilot project that puts people before cars
A Toronto-based start up is aiming to put algae-based Omega 3s in literally everything.
Source: TreeHugger – Could algae-based Omega 3s eventually replace fish oil?
That’s Finnish for dish-drying cabinet.
Source: TreeHugger – Everyone needs an astiankuivauskaappi!
As with his electric cars, Elon Musk avoids dealing with the fundamental problems of transportation.
Source: TreeHugger – We don’t need electric transport trucks, we need to get rid of trucks
If this thing does what Elon says it does, oil companies should be very nervous.
Source: TreeHugger – Tesla unveils electric, 500 mile-range semi truck