Throughout history, urban planning has been designed for and by able-bodied men. What does that mean for everyone else?
Source: TreeHugger – What does a gender-neutral city look like?
A new study finds that it is unlikely that infected patients are shedding the virus through their tears.
Source: TreeHugger – Can coronavirus spread through tears?
Laneway housing is a terrific option to deal with aging boomers and their children.
Source: TreeHugger – Alley Cat laneway house looks a lot bigger than it is
Listen to scientists, not industry lobbyists, and just keep cleaning.
Source: TreeHugger – Don’t let this pandemic ruin the fight against single-use plastics
Our photo of the day comes from California’s beautiful Central Coast.
Source: TreeHugger – Photo: Hummingbird is a lovely little marvel
When it comes to housecleaning, here’s how to tackle the virus responsible for the COVID-19 pandemic.
Source: TreeHugger – Common household products that can kill the coronavirus
The parts of New York City with the lowest density have the highest rate of COVID-19 infection.
Source: TreeHugger – Urban density is not the enemy, it is your friend
Here is is the 2020 ranking of pesticide residue on produce.
Source: TreeHugger – Eat your fruits and vegetables: New Dirty Dozen and Clean Fifteen list released
Greenpeace wants you to vote on your favorite of its submissions, all inspired by local endangered species.
Source: TreeHugger – After Asbestos: The campaign to rename a Quebec town
Design for deconstruction out of low-carbon materials is the way of the future.
Source: TreeHugger – Cepezed’s new office are a demonstration of circular design
In times of comfort snacking, there are plenty of fulfilling options that are actually good for you.
Source: TreeHugger – 31 healthy, satisfying snack ideas
It’s a bird … it’s a plane … it’s a weedy seadragon!
Source: TreeHugger – Photo: Young weedy seadragon soars like a superhero
This pandemic may be an extinction event for the traditional university lecture.
Source: TreeHugger – Teaching in a time of COVID-19
The pace of cooking has slowed down because we suddenly have extra time.
Source: TreeHugger – This pandemic is changing how my family eats
The Kitchoo packs it all into one unit only four feet wide; perfect for your quarantine suite.
Source: TreeHugger – How big a kitchen do you need in a tiny house?
Amid all the confusion, here’s some solid advice on how to keep your clothes clean and free from contamination.
Source: TreeHugger – Laundry in a time of COVID-19
Our photo of the day comes from San Luis Obispo County, California.
Source: TreeHugger – Photo: Stop the presses, we’ve got fluffy owlets
It’s time for a rethink about what’s really important in a home.
Source: TreeHugger – Home design lessons from the Coronavirus
With salons and beauty services temporarily closing, there’s never been a better time to start a DIY, at-home, simplified beauty routine.
Source: TreeHugger – How to simplify your beauty routine
It supports local business owners and gives you more local and seasonal options.
Source: TreeHugger – Spread your grocery dollars beyond the supermarket