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A look at some recent posts on our sister site that might interest TreeHuggers.
The single-use coffee pods are an environmental disaster, with enough discarded ones to circle the earth 12 times in 2014. Talk about a weight on one's conscience.
The world of green fashion can be a daunting one, so here are some tips for finding clothes that make you feel good about your purchase.
This great action shot captures a bee as it flies straight towards the camera.
This afternoon, the U.S. House of Representatives voted in favor of a controversial bill that seeks to set a unified standard for the labeling of foods containing genetically modified organisms.
Cooking outdoors in the summer is the green thing to do, but this is ridiculous.
More than just a bolt from the blue; welcome to the wild world of lightning strikes.
Recent studies focusing on EV emissions do not make the case for gas cars. But they do have some important lessons.
The Zodiac idea for alternating seat directions gives you more room and hey, you might have a good conversation.
Move aside, goji and açaí! There's a newcomer on the block that deserves some serious attention.
Here are some tips on how to be a savvy shopper who consistently gets past the greenwashing.
Bring in your unwanted clothing or shoes to any US Levi's store or outlet for recycling, and get a 20% off voucher.
Using glass and driftwood, these adorable little lights bring a bit of mushroom love into your home.
I love how this butterfly is framed by the leaves it has landed on.
A new study finds a lower GDP per capita explains the reduction of carbon emissions better than the switch to natural gas.
It's quite lovely too, with a green glow inside.
Just don't wear high heels when shopping here.
They are relatively small pills, but this infographic shows that they pack a powerful punch. Don't skip the daily prenatal vitamin if you're growing a baby inside!
Don't they have a real empty city just down the road that could stand in?
And how about old bottled water or tap water that's been in storage?