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With Lolistraw, you can have your straw and eat it too


But even more exciting than its edibility is the Lolistraw's hyper-compostability.

Life with a Sense home energy monitor, the first month


Measuring individual appliance's energy consumption is one thing. But Sense aims to give you a bigger picture.

11 facts about Iceland's elusive elves


As if the landscape of fire and ice wasn’t wonderful enough, the stories of its magical creatures make it all the more wondrous.

Egg-shaped Escape Pod is a flexible small space for work & play


This compact, cedar-shingled structure hides a restful interior that can be made into an office or guestroom.

Sainte-Marie among the Hurons is lit by 5,000 candles at Christmastime


Called 'First Light,' this now-famous event at Ontario's first European-built settlement is a special experience for the whole family.

Expect a meat tax within 5-10 years


An investor network managing $4 trillion in assets has warned investors that they should prepare for the inevitable -- a climate-driven "sin" tax on meat.

Photo: Squirrel!


Cutie caught in the act of laying in supplies.

UK celebrates first "Plastic Free Coastline" community


Nearly 100 other towns are working toward the same status.

Spiders eat up to 800 million tons of insects a year


Meanwhile, humans consume a mere 400 million tons in meat and fish.

Dear Santa, please bring me this electric café racer


This lightweight carbon fiber-framed electric motorcycle from Denzel promises quick, quiet, and clean transportation for under $5000.

Plastics industry has known for years that it's polluting oceans


But it has chosen to "deny, confuse, and fight regulation."

East Africa doesn't want your used clothes


Used clothing donations are more of a hindrance than a help, in the eyes of the East African Community.

6 ways to use old ribbon or paper to make pretty gift bows


Why buy new gift bows when the best ones can be made easily with things you have on hand?

Photo: Vibrant butterfly lives deep in the forest


Our stunning photo of the day comes from the rain forest of Ecuador.

Our 3 favorite food trend predictions for 2018


Whole Foods published a list of all the food trends it predicts for next year, and several of them fit right in on TreeHugger.

Budweiser orders 40 Tesla Semi electric trucks


Tesla has received over 240 publicly announced orders, so the real number is likely higher...

80-year-old wooden escalators repurposed into impressive sculpture


Instead of trashing these old treads, they have been made into a inter-looping work of art in the same station.

Foldable bike helmets made from recycled materials help fight "helmet hassle"


By folding into a size small enough to fit into a bag, LID Helmets aims to help cyclists avoid a common excuse for not wearing head protection.

How to have the greenest Christmas tree ever


These eco-friendly decorating tips will make your tree greener than the color of its pine needles.

Someone should have told that rock that in Alberta, safety is a shared responsibility


Cars kept running into a big rock in a Calgary parking lot, perhaps because it didn't make eye contact.


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