Learn how to recycle everything, from aluminum and newspapers to less obvious household items.
The inconvenient truth about convenience is that convenience creates a ginormous amount of waste.
The nonprofit organization collects leftover food from 150 performers at venues across the nation and donates it to soup kitchens and homeless shelters.
Recycle those #1s and #2s. Better yet, recycle all of your plastic. Better yet, don't use plastic at all!
Styrofoam stinks. Use (used!) shredded paper to pad your parcels instead.
What should I do with that greasy pizza box?
Freecycle allows you to give, receive and keep stuff out of landfills -- free!
Dell has just developed a program to allow customers to offset some of the energy their computers use.
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