These things should be banned, or at least they should come with a real warning.
Source: TreeHugger – Seen at the Interior Design Show 2020: More killer bathtubs
Every year we go look for the latest in sustainable design. Every year the post gets shorter
Source: TreeHugger – Not seen at the Interior Design Show 2020: A whole lot of sustainable, green design
Canadian writer Kate Harris describes an epic 10-month bicycle tour across Asia.
Source: TreeHugger – ‘Lands of Lost Borders: Out of Bounds on the Silk Road’ (book review)
Everybody is hopping on the hydrogen train, but it’s being driven by natural gas.
Source: TreeHugger – Natural gas (and the hydrogen economy) is a bridge to nowhere
Over the next five years, it plans to eliminate shopping bags, straws, takeout food containers, and more.
Source: TreeHugger – China bans single-use plastics
Our photo of the day brings a bit of blue to a wintry landscape.
Source: TreeHugger – Photo: Blue jay is a beauty in the snow
Celebrate Penguin Awareness Day on January 20th with the fabulous discovery of ‘Near Threatened’ Magellanic penguins.
Source: TreeHugger – New colony of penguins discovered on a remote island in Argentina
Oliver Wainright of the Guardian calls for a rethink of the way we put buildings together and take them apart.
Source: TreeHugger – It’s time to ban demolition and design for deconstruction
A visit to the French capital offers great lessons in how to make less waste.
Source: TreeHugger – 6 zero-waste lessons from Paris
It contains all the nutritional info, recipes, and moral support you’ll need for a big dietary transition.
Source: TreeHugger – Going vegan? Use this 12-week daily planner
It’s a wonderful way to process and preserve the experience of foreign travel.
Source: TreeHugger – How to keep a travel journal
A study has found that the more exposure a person has to the natural world, the more inclined they are to make eco-friendly choices.
Source: TreeHugger – Time spent in nature is linked to ‘green’ behaviors
Our photo of the day comes from Los Angeles, California.
Source: TreeHugger – Photo: The handsome profile of a snowy egret
Henning Larsen’s design for Fælledby is “a model for sustainable living.”
Source: TreeHugger – Wood architecture meets nature in new community in Copenhagen
Got a froggy “city throat”? It might be from metal particles emitted from braking cars and trucks.
Source: TreeHugger – Why we need fewer, smaller, lighter, slower cars: particulate pollution from brake wear is giving us “London Throat”
Because not all vacations are created equal.
Source: TreeHugger – The tourism industry needs carbon footprint labels
It’s a lot more than just a box, it’s packaging as a service.
Source: TreeHugger – THE BOX could eliminate cardboard and plastic packaging waste
Here’s an easy way to reduce food waste and never buy commercial soup stock again.
Source: TreeHugger – Do this with your vegetable scraps and peels
It’s time for swift and immediate action to protect marine life from further devastation.
Source: TreeHugger – ‘Turtle Journey’ film reveals the crisis in our oceans
Our photo of the day offers a bit of summer for a wintry month.
Source: TreeHugger – Photo: Hoverfly doing the good work