indoor air quality

2008: Make An Environmental Resolution

Article: 2008: Make An Environmental Resolution

It is a new year and it’s time for all of those pesky new year resolutions. Since the environmental crisis of global warming, deforestation, and drought are finally considered important issues for humanity to tackle, why not make a resolution that helps the environment? Since Sundance Channel really wants to inform people about ways they…

Indoor Air Pollution: Not Just for Buildings

Article: Indoor Air Pollution: Not Just for Buildings

As we noted, indoor air quality in your home or office can be 10 times worse than the air quality outside; cause for some concern, for sure, since we spend about 9 out of every 10 hours inside. However, the quality of the air can be much worse where many of us probably spend that…

Avoid Indoor Air Pollution in Your Home

Article: Avoid Indoor Air Pollution in Your Home

The air inside our homes can be pretty bad for us, as we talked about yesterday, but what to do? We’ve learned a few tricks to keep the air inside your home fresh, clean, and toxin-free. Take a look and breathe easier. 1) A collection of the right plants can help filter your air from…

Designer Spotlight: Team 7

Article: Designer Spotlight: Team 7

TreeHugger never tires of finding examples of companies and designers that have discovered that there is a better way to do things. Safer, healthier materials, designs that will last for generations and manufacturing that considers the planet and its people are all hallmarks of this “better way” and the latest example we’ve found is Austria-based…

Designer Spotlight: Q Collection

Article: Designer Spotlight: Q Collection

At TreeHugger, we embrace design as part of the solution to a healthier, greener, more livable planet; we all need stuff (though not too much) and all that stuff needs to be designed by someone; the more sustainability in incorporated into design, the better, and the better the design is, the more people will want…

What to Watch For: Interiors

Article: What to Watch For: Interiors

From the very beginning, TreeHugger has been interested in finding ways to live a greener lifestyle without having to sleep in a cave or wear burlap sacks; we want living green to look good. The good news is that there are countless ways to do so, and you’ll see lots of them on this blog…