Because who doesn’t want to visit gorgeous libraries everywhere they go?
Source: TreeHugger – ‘Library Planet’ is a crowdsourced travel guide to libraries around the world
Aside from being so much better for the planet, a plant-based diet may be best for human health as well.
Source: TreeHugger – 5 remarkable health benefits of a plant-based diet
The largest greenhouse gas emitter wants wiggle room when it comes to cutting emissions.
Source: TreeHugger – China thinks it’s a developing country now
The sci-fi show pulls no punches when it comes to humanity’s complicated relationship with work and nature.
Source: TreeHugger – How ‘Rick and Morty’ explains why humans keep destroying the environment
One was recently installed at an Ohio university. Is this the message one wants to give to students there?
Source: TreeHugger – Just what we needed dept: A bacon vending machine
By 2030, Britain hopes to demonstrate that even cement, steel and glass industries can operate at net zero emissions.
Source: TreeHugger – UK to build world’s first ‘zero carbon hub’ for heavy industry
It could prevent you from getting listeriosis.
Source: TreeHugger – Start washing your avocados
Our photo of the day comes from Atascadero Lake, California.
Source: TreeHugger – Photo: A squadron of pelicans lands for a nap
This artist mixes and matches up jigsaw puzzle pieces from different vintage puzzles to create mind-bending collages.
Source: TreeHugger – Artist’s mixes different jigsaw puzzles to create surrealist montages
Subjects like literature and history may become a thing of the past.
Source: TreeHugger – Tech is killing liberal arts
Until now, no species has had such a profound effect on shaping the Earth’s biosphere as the humble broiler chicken.
Source: TreeHugger – People eat so much chicken that it’s changing the geological record
NACTO and the Volpe Center say smaller trucks could save lives.
Source: TreeHugger – New report calls for redesigning large vehicles in urban environments
With a renewed partnership between the fashion label and resale consigner The RealReal, McCartney is coaxing consumers into a circular economy.
Source: TreeHugger – How Stella McCartney is encouraging people not to buy new clothes
Are ant colonies like human brains?
Source: TreeHugger – Ant colonies remember things individual ants forget
In week 3 of our new series, “How to feed a family,” you’ll meet Sara, a working mom of two, who has to satisfy multiple palates when putting food on the table.
Source: TreeHugger – This family navigates allergies and pickiness when planning a weekly menu
They are facing a consumer backlash and more regulation, so they are trying to change the discussion.
Source: TreeHugger – Can bottled water companies switch to a fully recycled bottle?
We know it’s not stuff. But maybe it’s not exciting experiences either.
Source: TreeHugger – What’s the secret to happiness?
A growing number of cities are getting serious about tackling the climate emergency.
Source: TreeHugger – Is London moving its carbon neutrality goal forward by 20 years?
Our adorable photo of the day comes from Carburn Park, Calgary.
Source: TreeHugger – Photo: Muskrat prepares to dive
Perhaps it is time for a rethink about what and where we build.
Source: TreeHugger – California continues to approve sprawl in wildfire country