Everybody is talking about Tall Wood, but Skylab Architecture comes down to earth with a lovely little short building.
Source: TreeHugger – Cross-Laminated Timber used in Portland’s B76 building
‘Instead of putting the money back into our business, we’re responding by putting $10 million back into the planet. Our home planet needs it more than we do.’
Source: TreeHugger – Patagonia gave m from ‘irresponsible tax cut’ to eco causes
It’s only available in three U.S. locations right now, but there are plans to expand if successful.
Source: TreeHugger – Little Caesar’s now offers Impossible vegan sausage topping
New research finds diet-related factors may account for more than 80,000 new invasive cancer cases each year; here are the main culprits.
Source: TreeHugger – 7 top diet habits linked to increased rates of cancer
It’s really a glorified golf cart, and maybe that’s all we need.
Source: TreeHugger – Cute little electric delivery truck launched by AEV and Club Car
It feels more freeing than limiting.
Source: TreeHugger – The surprising pleasure of living out of a suitcase
Every bag they make is different, which creates a real marketing and display problem.
Source: TreeHugger – FREITAG stores are full of cardboard and chopped up old tarps. How do they look so good?
It’s your chance to use social media platforms to call out companies and governments to take action against single-use plastics.
Source: TreeHugger – Join the ‘One Plastic Free Day’ campaign on June 5
Here’s how to have your pictures featured for our Photo of the Day.
Source: TreeHugger – Photo of the day: Send us your nature pictures!
Design engineer Scott Amron envisages a new way to help you sell, donate, rent or revive stuff you no longer need (or shouldn’t have bought in the first place)
Source: TreeHugger – Amazon After is a concept to help you get rid of all that stuff you buy online
Scientists think there is a hidden, protected ocean inside of Pluto – and the implications are wild.
Source: TreeHugger – Evidence of a secret ocean inside Pluto makes extraterrestrial life more plausible
That is, potatoes roasted in layers of food scraps. Yum?
Source: TreeHugger – Chef José Andrés wants you to make ‘Compost Potatoes’
This super-plant has been misunderstood for too long.
Source: TreeHugger – It’s time to embrace American hemp production
How can we be moving away from fossil fuels and spending billions on building pipes for them at the same time?
Source: TreeHugger – Why is there such a disconnect between climate reality and climate action?
Are we really going to let this happen on our watch?
Source: TreeHugger – We are witnessing the collapse of nature
The Swedish word, which translates to ‘flight shame’, is driving interest in climate-friendly trains, longer stays, and frequent flier taxes.
Source: TreeHugger – Could ‘flygskam’ change the way we travel?
Going foam-free is getting easier and more affordable.
Source: TreeHugger – Glavel could replace plastic foam below grade
The 2019 rating by EWG finds that most sunscreens contain sketchy ingredients and/or don’t offer adequate protection.
Source: TreeHugger – Only 1/3 of sunscreens are safe and effective, here’s where to find them
Our photo of the day comes from the rainforest of Ecuador.
Source: TreeHugger – Photo: Spiny devil katydid is strange and adorable (video)
This portable pavilion has a clever lightweight structure where the bookshelves hold up the roof.
Source: TreeHugger – Montalba Architects’ Bex & Arts pavilion is an evocative little box