Learn how to recycle everything, from aluminum and newspapers to less obvious household items.
The Wall Street Journal's Gwendolyn Bounds tests user-friendly composters and strikes inspiration in this compost-shy blogger in the process.
Chicago Marathoners can recycle race shoes at the finish line -- and so can you.
It pays to get rid of your old cell phones if you recycle them at the new ecoATM kiosks set to debut next year in stores nationwide.
... to the winners and finalists in the 4th Bin e-waste container and logo design contest.
First it was cars. Soon it will be appliances. Now furniture retailers are getting in on the cash- and Earth-friendly trade-in game.
Adoptobots, whimsical recycled creations from designer Brian Marshall, will happily relocate from their robot orphanage to your home.
Yun Hwan Sung's 'Seeds in the Bottle' design concept transforms used plastic bottles into mini herb gardens, no rubbing necessary.
Other artists outraged as a pile of recycled trash wins a contemporary art award in New Zealand.
Hipster clothier American Apparel is selling $8 bags of fabric scraps. Imagine all the DIY fun that can be had with hot pink micro-mesh ...
Introducing the Braun Envi, a unique "urban dustbin" concept geared towards banana-peel wielding city dwellers.
Waste paper recycling made simple and stylish with Fabriano, a nifty bin made out of layered bags of recycled paper.
Yuken Teruya creates ethereal paper forests out of throwaway objects like fast food bags.
Work on your nylon origami skills in between shopping trips with SUCK UK's fun, useful Character Bags.
Get schooled on how to go back to school in the greenest way possible.
Seattlites and New Yorkers can follow household garbage as it travels through the waste stream with MIT's Trash Track program.
Pop-culture expert covers green celebrities, arts & culture.
Eco-fashionista and world-traveler blogs on sustainable style and living