Pact Apparel offers a range of soft basics, from socks to tees in GOTS-certified organic cottons. The company has now also earned Fair Trade certification for many of its products, and is working to get certification for even more of its factories.
Remember back in 2008 when Barack and Michelle did what Fox News called a "terrorist fist jab"? It turns out they were on to something.
We love hearing about people finding solutions to problems through 3D printing that otherwise couldn't be solved.
Imagine a dinner that includes nettle ravioli, huckleberry grilled doves, venison tacos, seaweed salad, and acorn flatbread, finished off with wintergreen ice cream.
Oregon Manifest's goal is to prompt the design of the perfect urban commuting bike - and in the process, give talented bike frame crafters and bike form designers the chance to show their skills.
TreeHugger is ten years old this August. We're taking a look back at some of the changes that have happened in the green movement over the decade.
TreeHugger's Margaret Badore is pretty handy with a camera, and noses around in other people's drawers and closets to put together our number one post of the week.
Few would associate New York City, often dubbed the “concrete jungle,” with biodiversity, but New York is home to 26 distinct habitats, and 230 species of bees.
Nearly 1 billion people around the world suffer from hunger. Considering that we already produce enough food to feed the whole planet, this should no longer be a problem.
In Mike Judge's classic documentary Idiocracy, cities were full of giant towers made of garbage. Now life imitates art as Chartier-Corbasson Architectes propose a tower for London that grows as needed with its walls built from the garbage generated by its occupants and by construction sites in the neighborhood.
The concrete grittiness of the metropolis is not always as monolithic as it seems; there are typically pockets of green, havens of calm and urban biodiversity that thrive despite all attempts to 'develop' them into oblivion.
Human breast milk is sometimes called “liquid gold” by hospital staff, and any parent whose premature baby has been fed with donated breast milk knows how valuable it is.
David Boudreault and Olivier Carbonneau got together and decided to index the network of most popular bike paths in the world - 1.346 million kilometers - in a single free smart phone app.
Researchers have developed a new coating that allows solar cells to cool themselves instead of requiring the use of coolants or ventilation, which can be water and energy intensive.
Campers leave tents, sleeping bags, clothes, food, and booze behind after they're done partying all weekend.
Recently, we've seen how designers have been creating new kinds of biologically inspired products, from jewelry built by larvae, to countertop incubators that cultivate insects for human consumption, to dead beetle bioplastic.
It's been said that beekeeping is an art, treading a fine balance between knowledge of bee behaviour and the cycles of development of local plant life.
After the 2010 BP Deepwater Horizon explosion, unprecedented amounts (approx. 210 million gallons) of oil rushed into the Gulf of Mexico.
Public transportation, while maybe not as enjoyable as commuting in your own personal vehicle, does ease congestion, reduce emissions, and give you plenty of quality time to people watch, as well as get to know your "neighbors." In addition, public transportation allows you to relax, read or nap during that commute instead of fighting and stressing and feeling the road rage.
A lot of people have been waiting for the Model X electric crossover SUV for a long time, and we're now one step closer to the day when deliveries can start (currently planned for the spring of 2015, with new reservations getting delivery around the fall of 2015).