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Lloyd Alter is managing editor of TreeHugger and editor of the Design section. He has been an architect, developer, inventor and prefab promoter. He now writes for green websites TreeHugger and Planet Green, and teaches sustainable design at Ryerson University School of Interior Design.
In the course of his work developing small residential units and prefabs, Lloyd became convinced that we just use too much of everything- too much space, too much land, too much food, too much fuel, too much money, and that the key to sustainability is to simply use less. And, the key to happily using ...
Michael Graham Richard
Michael has been with TreeHugger since 2005. He started out as a part-time writer, but after about a year (circa February 2006) he made the transition to full-time editor-in-chief. He held that role until January 2008 (the highlight of this period was of course the acquisition of TreeHugger.com by the Discovery Channel), and he's now editor of the Science & Technology and the Cars & Transportation categories (his two main loves).
It was reading The Ecology of Commerce by Paul Hawken and Good News For A Change by David Suzuki and Holly Dressel that changed his life. Before that, he ...
Jaymi writes on technology, wildlife conservation, and ocean issues.
She received her degree in English and Creative Writing from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, and married her loves of writing and green technology while working as Managing Editor for EcoGeek.org. Jaymi's writing orbits around her passions for environmental conservation and technology as a tool for social and environmental change. Her wildlife photography covers subjects as diverse as albatross on Midway Atoll to grizzly bears along Alaska's coastline to coyotes living in crowded cities.
Jaymi's writing has appeared on TreeHugger.com, Discovery.com, PlanetGreen.com, BBC Wildlife Magazine, Alternet, Gizmodo and ...