Sustainability Spotlight: Treehugger

Sustainability Spotlight: Treehugger

In our quest to highlight the champions of sustainability, we couldn't overlook Treehugger. Founded in 2004 by entrepreneur and eco-advocate Graham Hill, Treehugger has grown into one of the world's largest information sites dedicated to driving sustainability mainstream.

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Treehugger is more than just a blog; it's a comprehensive resource for anyone looking to make more eco-friendly choices in their daily lives. From advice on purchasing a more efficient dishwasher to building a green beauty routine, Treehugger offers clarity and inspiration for both the eco-savvy and the green-living novice.

The site's mission is to make it easy for consumers to research and purchase environmental yet compelling products and services, as well as to inspire corporate responsibility. Over the years, Treehugger has evolved and grown, but its mission remains true to those original values.

Treehugger's commitment to integrity is evident in its content. The site refuses greenwashing and trusts science, providing trustworthy content that's both authoritative and accessible. It's a place where everyone, regardless of their level of eco-knowledge, can feel comfortable and learn more about sustainability.

The team behind Treehugger is as diverse as it is passionate. From the Senior Vice President & Group General Manager, Tim Fisher, to the Editorial Director, Melissa Breyer, each member brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the table. Their backgrounds range from systems engineering to food, health, nature, and design, and they all share a common goal: to drive sustainability mainstream.

Treehugger's dedication to sustainability has not gone unnoticed. In 2021, the site won the Business Intelligence Group's Sustainability Leadership Award and the OMMA Awards for Best Relaunch of Consumer Website.

Sustainability Spotlight: Treehugger

We are proud to feature Treehugger in our Sustainability Spotlight. Their dedication to providing reliable, accessible, and comprehensive information on sustainability is truly inspiring. We encourage our readers to visit Treehugger and join their global, globe-loving community.

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