Get practical advice on being a conscious consumer and get inspired by others in the green community.
Get free, new-to-you books and get rid of no-longer-loved books by throwing an end-of-summer book-swap party.
A new CNBC documentary follows the secret life of garbage -- from your trash can to the garbage trucks to the landfills -- and our oceans.
How Tomorrow Moves
Join one of Slow Food USA's Dig In! events on Sept. 25 to garden with your neighbors -- before sharing a locavore-friendly meal.
New report shows office supplies companies such as Staples and Office Depot tend to have greener paper products than general stores such as Amazon and Target.
Results based on yeast cells show that scientists should not take for granted the long-held assumption that cooperation is best for everyone.
On Sept. 17, parking spots will be transformed into pop-up parks. Get outside to enjoy a mini urban paradise near you!
MNN's Lifestyle blogger uses Craigslist to find new homes for strange, lonely objects -- like an umbrella-less umbrella cover.
Vicki Robin's blogging her month-long resolution to eat only food produced within a 10-mile radius of her home in Whidbey Island, Wa.
Climate change journalist George Monbiot says he was wrong when he claimed 'the only ethical response is to stop eating meat.'
Ask yourself the following 13 questions before you continue through that check-out line.
Have a hard time keeping your green goals even with your friends' support? One TED speakers suggests you may do better going it alone.
Charles Wohlforth's new book dares to suggest that we aren't destined to ruin the Earth and ourselves.
A new cookbook from Cafe Amphora's Robin Burnside is full of healthy, delicious recipes -- many of which require ingredients found far from the homestead.
A proposition on California's November ballot could put the state's carbon-cutting efforts on indefinite hold. Get informed and fight against Prop 23.
A bill to ban plastic bags in California was voted down in the state Senate. Environmental activists share three ways to continue the fight.
Pop-culture expert covers green celebrities, arts & culture.
Eco-fashionista and world-traveler blogs on sustainable style and living