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- Green Kids Clothes: Electropura ReviewElectropura is run by fashion designer Lynn van Gastel who creates fashions for kids in sizes o-5 from existing materials. In today’s world where nearly everything seems to be disposable, these fashions rescue fabrics that still have tons of wear in […]
- Skateboard Sculptures of HaroshiCheck out these fantastic skateboard deck sculptures by Japanese artist Haroshi. He’s got an extremely varied portfolio of artwork made from old beat up decks. These five pieces shown here are just some of his latest sculptures. His method of wooden […]
- Eco-Friendly Gift Ideas — For the CookLooking for a green gift idea for the eco-chef in your life?? Check out these kitchen spice racks available in bamboo. Bamboo is a great wood to use because it grows extremely quickly with little water and no use of pesticides […]
- Beads For ChangeAre you looking for an eco-friendly product for the fashionista on your shopping list this year? Check out Beads for Change. This program employs women of Uganda who live in hillside slums. They are refugees after decades of war in […]
- Oil Town LivingI’ve got to admit that I live in the middle of a city fueled by oil. Make no mistake about it, Calgary is definitely an oil town. We’ve got a terrible reputation as red necks with out Stampede and a […]
- Penguin SweatersTo be clear, this post is about tiny sweaters for penguins such as pictured on the left. I am not writing about sweaters for humans with penguins on them such as this one from Chanel pictured on the right. It’s […]
- Getting In Bernie Madoff’s PantsThey say you can’t judge a man until you’ve walked a mile in his shoes so can you judge him after using his pants?? Check out the Bernie Madoff collection on Fredrick James for a cool selection of Ipad covers […]
- The Ultimate Solar LightHere in the Western world, solar lights are a novelty not a necessity. It’s easy to forget about people living on other places of our small planet that aren’t going green to save the world. They’re simply living hand to […]
- Etsy Find: Talking Squid Recycles TeesTalking Squid is not just saving the planet by recycling t-shirts, they’re also helping you save money with their huge 50% off summer sale. Yup, half off! So, what could you spend half as much on?? Well, they’ve got an outstanding […]
- Quitting SmokingQuitting smoking is one of the best things that you can do for the health of the environment and yourself. Cigarette butts make up about 80% of litter commonly found on streets. The exhaled fumes from cigarette smoke are a […]
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Author Archives: Mat McDermott
I’ve definitely had a theme in the past few Fridays’ Photos of the Day. And, if you guess that I’m jonesing for some time on snow, you’re right.
Have some video skills and want to join in the fight against fracking in New York? Here’s a contest for you.
We now have cientific data proving something that many TreeHugger readers, climate change politics watchers, biodiversity wonks, anti-deforestation activists, consumer culture critics already probably know, or at least fear, deep down in their hearts.
TreeHugger rounds up the best reporting, commentary, and social media reaction to this year’s version of the annual UN climate talks.
The third highest mountain in the world, with an elevation of 28,169′, Kanchenjunga is on the border of the easternmost part of Nepal and the northern part of the Indian state of Sikkim.
In a letter to EPA administrator Lisa Jackson, Public Citizen calls BP “A repeat criminal felon”.
The money will go “to create an umbrella of technology to protect endangered wildlife like elephants, rhinos and tigers.”
By 2030 GDP will increase by nearly a full percentage point, billions of pounds will be saved on natural gas imports, and carbon emissions drop two-thirds. All will more wind power and less natural gas.
In both rural and urban areas of the US decreases in fine particle air pollution from 2000-2007 has increased life expectancy, new research shows
Tim had planned on working at a Salt Lake City Unitarian church doing social outreach. That is, until the Federal Bureau of Prisons decided that wasn’t a “safe” occupation for the climate activist.