We will be back really soon.
Source: TreeHugger – The new Treehugger is almost cooked
Many places in Europe allow responsible walking wherever one’s feet take them, regardless of private property. In the US? Not so much.
Source: TreeHugger – Why is it illegal to walk freely in most of the US?
Well, not really, but we have packed up all our stuff and are on the move.
Source: TreeHugger – Gone Camping!
With more people working from home, the little variety store may thrive again.
Source: TreeHugger – Will the coronavirus bring back the corner store?
They promise “agility over utility.”
Source: TreeHugger – Gogoro comes to USA with the 26 pound Eeyo e-bike
This series of 30 short videos will help kids explore and connect with nature.
Source: TreeHugger – Earth School can be your kid’s at-home science teacher
Gensler interviews thousands, finds most want to go back to the office.
Source: TreeHugger – Study finds only 12 percent of US workers want to stay home full-time
Despite the pandemic, takeout orders have risen. It’s time to reclaim lost skills.
Source: TreeHugger – Americans still aren’t cooking much from scratch
The Canadian city is distributing 75,000 seedlings to promote food security among residents.
Source: TreeHugger – Get vegetable seedlings for free in Victoria, BC
Claire Sprouse is the owner of Hunky Dory in Brooklyn and passionate about sustainability in an infamously wasteful industry. With the pandemic, she’s getting even more creative.
Source: TreeHugger – This bartender wants to lower your cocktail’s carbon footprint
There is a lot of history here, and a great future.
Source: TreeHugger – weeHouse architect and Plant Prefab launch new line of wee accessory dwelling units
This crisis has “turned back the clock on years of progress” made on children’s health and wellbeing, says Dutch charity KidsRights.
Source: TreeHugger – Kids are suffering worldwide from ongoing pandemic
British and American fashion councils are both calling for a slower style of business.
Source: TreeHugger – It’s time for a fashion industry reset
Why are they doing this?
Source: TreeHugger – In the middle of a bike shortage, Uber shreds thousands of Jump e-bikes
Nobody wants to be stuck with an empty house and nowhere to get anything.
Source: TreeHugger – Minimalism is doomed … for a while, at least
Saalt funds projects that educate and provide sustainable menstrual solutions to women around the world.
Source: TreeHugger – This menstrual cup maker gives back to women in developing countries
Another way the coronavirus may change office design.
Source: TreeHugger – In the future, the office will be a coffee shop
Does shipping container architecture make sense? Sometimes
Source: TreeHugger – Waugh Thistleton propose mobile vaccine centres made from shipping containers
If people don’t have to buy drinking water in bottles, a huge quantity of plastic waste will be diverted.
Source: TreeHugger – Fix drinking water supplies to reduce ocean plastic
And why young people’s shopping habits might end up saving the fashion industry.
Source: TreeHugger – The rise of the “divided closet”