Learn how to take care of your family with news about babies, pregnancy and even pets. Plus: Protection & safety.
Fri, Oct 24, 2014 2:47 PM
When shopping for a costume for her 4-year-old daughter, Raina Delisle was shocked to find outfits featuring calf-high, high-heeled boots and mini skirts.
What materials are your children's toys?
The College Sustainability Report Card helps students evaluate the environmental impact of their campuses.
Competition is getting fierce in eco-academia, but the growing field can be easier to break into with these scholarships.
If you're thinking your new textbooks will wreck havoc on your social life, just think about what the production of them has done to the forests.
Many backpacks contain harmful lead and phthalates. Protect your kids from these toxins with green bookbags.
Jonathan Kesselman asks Times Square visitors some tough eco-questions
Video: Every kid loves toys, but Keri says that some toys are more eco-friendly than others.
Keep your kids safe from harmful toxins and chemicals in plastics.
Video: Children can waste a lot of unnecessary water in a day. Keri gives tips on how to teach your kids to conserve.
You can do a lot to reduce the impact of your furry family members on the planet.
Video: Keri shows just how easy it is to reuse paper for the kids' art projects.
Party preparations, sustainable feasts and green fireworks.
Those sparkly, noisy, festive displays are an environmental disaster.
Video: There's often a lot of clean-up after kids' sports games. See how Keri cuts out most of the mess.
Roadkill: One teacher proves it's more important than we think.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.