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Several organizations are trying to help those in need in Japan following the massive earthquake and tsunami. Here's how you can help.
New government database lets you report dangerous products or search for safety reports on products.
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Always been curious about how composting toilets work? A blogger goes beyond the marketing brochures to reveal the practical aspects of green toilets.
Many new consumer products prove that buying a new product can preserves more resources in the long run.
Try these ideas for saving money on food. You'll be reducing waste, reusing leftovers and repurposing materials, too.
Maria Rodale shares her list of everyday items that would be better if they could be plastic-free.
Los Angeles just adopted a new bicycle plan. Celebrate the win for cyclists by pedaling to a bike-friendly event this month.
Have you ever foraged for your food -- to save money, get exercise, or just have fun? MNN has tips and recipes for healthy, delicious foraging.
'Water for Cities' is the theme of World Water Day 2011. Celebrate on March 22 by implementing some home water conservation tips from Surfrider.
The movement to help fight climate change is going beyond asking people to turn off their lights to making firm commitments to protect the environment.
The latest video in The Story of Stuff series argues that corporations have too much power — and the people need to fight to take that power back.
In an effort to feel better, those with low self-esteem will tease those who are different.
Want to live in an energy-efficient home? Before worrying about light bulbs, think about the transit-friendliness of the neighborhood, says the EPA.
Start with this list to learn about ways to share in your community.
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