This solar tent make it a lot easier to keep your devices running in the wild–which could be a good or bad thing, depending on how you look at it.
Meet Earl, the world’s first solar-powered back country survival tablet.
This tiny gadget could make the creation of affordable power and light possible for back country adventurers as well as the developing world.
Finally! A ‘no assembly required’ tent.
The Mathmos Bump is an adorable LED lantern that actually wants you to thump it on the head.
Three tiny, efficient living spaces that let you pick up and move whenever you feel like it.
Don’t let the Leaf House’s boxy exterior fool you into thinking it’s less comfortable than the gas-guzzling alternatives.
The key to traveling light is sturdy items that can fill more than one need. The Bosavi lamp does that, and then some.
Green Car Reports checks out the the Prius Tent by Habitents, which turns select models of everybody’s favorite hybrid into a camping experience.
Hit the back country with Pakmat, an air mattress that goes in a carryall that doubles as a hand pump for easy inflation.
The BioLite cooking stove offers an interesting combination of features: use it to roast hot dogs and marshmallows, then use its excess heat to recharge your portable devices.