Learn the basics of sustainable cleaning - from green products to indoor air quality - to create a healthy home.
Standard commercial cleaning products can be hazardous to the health of employees and visitors. You can improve indoor air quality and save money by going green.
Hotels have lots of places where they can benefit from a green cleaning program.
Cold and cough season is upon us. Use these tips to stay healthy when your co-workers come to the office sick.
The U.S. Green Building Council offers clear guidelines for both the building process as well as daily operations for green hotels.
Learn more about what causes indoor air problems and what you can do about them.
Believe it or not, car washing can be harmful to the environment. Follow these recommendations to make sure you’re cleaning your vehicle in a responsible way.
If you sweat on it, wipe it off. Don't make hideously loud noises. And by all means find a gym that matches your style.
Learn about a little-known part of protecting your most important sustainable investment.
Hospitals are supposed to be places of healing. But as this infographic shows, threats like superbugs, sloppy records and sleepy interns can make U.S. hospitals surprisingly dangerous.
A growing movement argues it's time to rethink our assumptions about what an environment is and give the indoors the same scrutiny we give nature.
Here’s a breakdown of air pollution particles that cause health and environmental problems.
Use some common sense before jumping off that dock or boat.
Add green cleaning to the menu with these ideas for putting eco-friendly cleaners to work in the food-service industry.
Here are six toxins that can be found all around us, causing severe health problems and harmful environmental effects.
Plants help clean indoor air, which is typically far more polluted than outdoor air. Find out what common toxins these plants can filter out of the air in your home.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.