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Tired of trying to motivate others to live greener lives? Four contests rely on good old-fashioned self-interest to get you proselytizing eco-behavior.
Matt Hickman bets he can help gamblers help the planet.
Longtime eco-friendly coffee seller takes heat for the wasteful approach of its popular pods.
Kickstand Coffee offers locally-roasted coffee ground with a hand-crank -- from a mobile coffee stand that gets wheeled around on refurbished bikes.
The first week of August is National Farmers Market Week. What new local vegetable will you try in celebration?
Bottled water is a rip-off -- unless you bottle your own. Here's a stainless steel water bottle with a handy, built-in filter.
Type your ZIP code into This We Know to find out which factories near you are using dangerous chemicals -- and how many of your neighbors have cancer.
Wasted food adds up to about 2% of annual energy consumption in the U.S., finds a new study.
Giiv lets you avoid the paper or plastic gift certificate conundrum by sending gifts via text message. Unfortunately, the service has some glitches.
Got Gulf oil spill angst? Everything from aggressive photoshopping to angry activism can help you channel your rage.
Not sure whether to try a grass-fed meat burger -- or stick to the usual veggie burger? A new article could help you decide.
Journalist Heather Rogers maintains that we can't buy our way out of the crisis our planet is experiencing.
Pop-culture expert covers green celebrities, arts & culture.
Eco-fashionista and world-traveler blogs on sustainable style and living