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Eco-friendly retailer will sell only damaged garments on Black Friday

treehugger.com — BeGood wants to reduce waste, instead of promote overconsumption, and has come up with an awesome plan to do so. On Black Friday this year, an eco-friendly clothing company called BeGood plans to do something radically different.

This Black Friday, Patagonia exchanges new clothing for old and invests in the sharing economy

treehugger.com — Several Black Friday's ago, eco-clothing giant Patagonia sent out a pretty subversive message: " Don't Buy Our Jackets!". Now they are taking this commitment to another level with a series of live events encouraging the exchange of gently loved goods.
Nov 27, 2014

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Google keeps an eye out for fish poachers

treehugger.com — When we think of poaching, we tend to focus on land animals being illegally hunted toward extinction, but a similar event is happening to fish in the sea. According to the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization, nearly one-third of global marine fish stocks have been overfished and over 90 percent of the world's fisheries are either fully exploited or over-fished.

'Black sea devil’ anglerfish filmed in its habitat for 1st time ever (video)

treehugger.com — 1,900 feet deep Many of the most bizzare and/or fascinating creatures on Earth can be found near the bottom of the sea, far from the light of the sun that is such a big part of all living creatures on the surface.
Nov 25, 2014

RT @TreeHugger: 'Black sea devil’ anglerfish filmed in its habitat for 1st time ever (video) bit.ly/1Fo5Xuo pic.twitter.com/GaLxAsHgy6