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    Planned Obsolescence Extraordinaire a la O2

    October 27, 8:27 AM by TreeHugger in Culture

    Couple of cell phone facts: >1.14 Billion of these

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    The Organic Pages

    October 26, 3:19 PM by TreeHugger in Culture

    The Organic Pages is a nifty little Web site (still in beta phase) that helps consumers find all things certifiably organic—products, ingredients, even services—by using a simple search or clicking on a category. They’ve got everything from infant

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    Patagonia Extension Cord Pants

    October 25, 4:41 PM by TreeHugger in Sustainable Fashion

    Patagonia’s new Extension Cord pants are made from hemp and PCR (Post Consumer Recycled) polyester, a proprietary textile made from recycled soda bottles. They’re designed to accommodate the rigors of climbing and bouldering, but we think they’re

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    Top 5 Plants For Improving Indoor Air Quality

    October 25, 1:58 AM by TreeHugger in Lawn & Garden

    Though chemicals such as formaldehyde, benzene, and carbon monoxide are anathema to human health, plants can thrive on them, while also removing them from the air. Plants that top the clean-air list include peace lily, bamboo palm, English ivy, mums, and

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    Beck(y) Used Skateboard Bags etc

    October 24, 3:42 PM by TreeHugger in Style

    New York-based designer Beck Hickey creates bags, belt buckles, money clips and other useful stuff from recycled skateboard decks for her Beck(y) line. All handmade, the accessories juxtapose "battered discarded objects with pristine new materials".

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    Totally Unrelated Razghul Ice Thingy

    October 24, 5:59 AM by TreeHugger in Culture

    What? It's sunday....Check out this little mind teaser. Probably a little more ::ScreenHead than ::TreeHugger but whatevs...take a minute and check out ::Razghul Thanks to Don Collins at ::SuperKul

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    Book: Fall by Christopher Griffith

    October 22, 10:32 PM by TreeHugger in Culture

    Christopher Griffith’s hyper-macroscopic photographs of color-changing leaves are breathtaking in a marvelous way. Silhouetted against black backdrops, the leaves make up the pages of a book simply titled Fall (PowerHouse Books 2004) that took four years

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    MSR Packtowel UltraLite

    October 21, 8:32 AM by TreeHugger in Organic Beauty

    MSR’s newest packtowels are also their best. Skip the Packtowel Personal and the Packtowel Original and head straight for the UltraLite. These towels are extremely lightweight, but very durable and absorbent for their size. And as soon as you squeeze

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    Ethos Is Clean Water

    October 20, 7:04 PM by TreeHugger in Green Food

    Remember that old saying "water water everywhere, but not a drop to drink"? The founders of Ethos do. While our biggest hangups about water are relegated to which of the well-marketed, purified, spring, or mineral brands competing on the grocery

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    Tanker Canvas Bag

    October 20, 3:40 PM by TreeHugger in Style

    German designers Edzard Kramer and Matthias Huisebas's canvas Tanker bags are made from recycled sails. Strong enough to have braved the high seas, they'll stand up to urban abuses equally well, but with far more style than their cousins from L.L. Bean.

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    Felt Handbag

    October 19, 9:00 AM by TreeHugger in Style

    This handbag is made with 80-100 percent wool felt with virgin and recycled fibres. The fabric enables low-waste production and uses toxin-free dying processes. Sturdy and geometric. Comes in solid grey, black, navy, ash, rose or two-tone combos. $90

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    Art Center: Bush's Moldy Policies

    October 19, 8:27 AM by TreeHugger in Culture

    At the "GardenLAb Expiriment", an exhibit that was held recently at Los Angeles's Art Center College of Design, numerous artists commented on the relationship of the city's urban citizens and environment to it's natural forces and elements. There were

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    Exhibit: Samuel Mockbee

    October 18, 11:00 AM by TreeHugger in Culture

    "Samuel Mockbee and The Rural Studio: Community Architecture", on display at the Scottsdale (AZ) Museum of Contemporary Art until January 2, 2005, celebrates the public service-minded work of little-known architect Samuel Mockbee, who died three

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    Ecoganik Clothing

    October 17, 11:02 PM by TreeHugger in Sustainable Fashion

    California-based Ecoganik clothing is sophisticated, stylish, and we wish it already lived in our closet. Equal parts hip and eco-conscious, the company designs and manufactures its wares using only certified-organic, natural, recycled, and other

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    Lecture: Biomimicry at Cooper-Hewitt

    October 16, 8:00 AM by TreeHugger in Culture

    If you happen to be in New York next week, you may want to check this out. On October 28, at 6:30 p.m., Alexis Karolides of the Rocky Mountain Institute and Joel Towers of the New School University will get together in New York for a lecture to discuss

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    Paula Hayes Terrariums

    October 15, 7:40 PM by TreeHugger in Lawn & Garden

    Paula Hayes’s modern terrariums are attracting big-time art-world players, according to the NY Times style magazine T. (We hate to love it, but it's so damn slick). You already know how we love botanicals, so even if these itsy-bitsy little biospheres

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    Vogue Magazine Rack

    October 15, 3:30 PM by TreeHugger in Style

    Michelle Ivankovic's aluminum Vogue magazine rack is a sleek option for all those Wallpaper*s that are piling up in your living room. It folds flat, making it easy to both ship and store away. $100 ::Unica

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    Book: Limits to Growth by Meadows, Randers

    October 15, 10:51 AM by TreeHugger in Culture

    Based on the ideas that we are going to use up the Earth’s natural resources way before we’d ideally like to, Limits to Growth: The 30-Year Update, by Donella H. Meadows, Jorgen Randers, and Dennis L. Meadows (Chelsea Green Publishing Company, June


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