We don't typically think of worms as creatures of great beauty, but a series of photographs by zoologist Alexander Semenov may make you see their allure.
Whether you call them tiny houses, micro-homes, or mini houses, ultra-small buildings are rapidly gaining popularity for those who want to downsize and minimalize their personal environmental footprint.
In ancient Rome, there were only twelve hours in a day, during daylight. The hours were 1/12 of the daylight and varied according to the season.
Copenhagen is well known as one of the best bicycle cities in the world — perhaps even the best large city for bicycling.
Ayumi Kim, who works for an electric vehicle maker in Los Angeles, gets a lot of odd questions. Like, "Can I plug my chainsaw into the cigarette lighter?
After putting up low-VOC drywalls, we are on to the water installation for yök Casa + Cultura’s eco-renovation.
Beijing's notorious air pollution has reached beyond hazardous levels in recent years, with the city covered in thick, toxic smog for a good part of the year.
The email from Banks Woodruff popped up last week, titled LEED Certification Fails to Increase Energy Efficiency The first paragraph: Today, LEED Exposed, a project of the Environmental Policy Alliance (EPA), released research showing that large privately-owned buildings in Washington D.C.
Bike lanes, bike paths, bike roads, bike parking — we've seen tons of photos of this great bike infrastructure from the Netherlands.
You can play the pre-release version for free Are you frustrated by your train commute? Think you could do better than the people who planned the subway lines?
It's no secret that we're big advocates of clean renewable energy here at TreeHugger, as moving toward solar, wind, geothermal and hydropower can offer a wide range of environmental, social, and economic benefits.
The indestructible smartphone hasn't been made yet, though if rumors that Apple is going to replace glass on its devices with sapphire (the second hardest mineral after diamonds), maybe we'll get there someday.
Buckminster Fuller used to ask "how much does your house weigh?" It is still an important question, a reflection of the size and amount of material going into our buildings.
TreeHugger Town & Country is a bi-weekly series that compares and contrasts modern green living in a city and a small town through the lens of two twenty-something women.
Until this past February, it would have been illegal for Subway to sell its American-made sandwiches in Europe and Australia.
Cheap, disposable fashion is not only an environmental problem, but is also about companies giving their workers unfair wages and unsafe working environments.
Deserts are some of the most forbidding and unforgiving places on earth, yet in our collective mythologies they are also thought of as places where a transcendent, mystical consciousness resides.
Living underground and mostly out of sight, squiggly earthworms seem like such humble, mundane organisms -- that is, unless it's Australia's Giant Gippsland earthworm, which is believed to be the world's largest species of worm.
It's no secret—the United States has heavily overbuilt its transportation infrastructure for the car.
Kooshoo is a family business, started by wife and husband team Rachel Evans and Jesse Schiller, along with Rachel's sister Leilani Evans.