Get practical advice on being a conscious consumer and get inspired by others in the green community.
Joining an environmental book club (or cracking a few eco-books solo) is a virtually effortless way to green up your life.
Glean for good by harvesting unwanted produce from local farmers and delivering it to those in need.
How Tomorrow Moves
Security camera videos prove that there's still a whole lot of good going on in the world.
Belonging to a public pool that's used by many is more sustainable than having a pool in your backyard that's used by few, but there are other things you can do to make your pool membership even more sustainable.
Tianjin Eco-City is being touted as a model for sustainable living in a rapidly urbanizing and heavily polluted country.
Countries that place an emphasis on social cohesion or having tolerance and respect generally also valued environmental sustainability.
The environment czar of the city highlights the needs for Sao Paulo's citizens to recycle and for the city to improve its mass transit systems.
Losing that extra weight isn't just good for you — it's also good for the planet.
A new survey reveals that overall, nearly 70 percent of U.S. consumers purchase green products or services.
One woman planned a delightful wedding with less than $5000; here's how you can do the same.
The New York Food Stamp Challenge has me questioning how we can push ourselves to lead a lifestyle of generosity.
A Really Really Free Market encourages community by letting participants give away (and get) usable items and skills — all free of
A sustainable way to keep culinary boredom at bay!
Video: Los Angeles has become the largest U.S. city to ban the use of plastic bags at supermarkets. The city will phase out the use of plastic bags over the next 16 months.
Fueled by the Internet, the sharing economy is changing the way we work, play and interact with one other.
Pop-culture expert covers green celebrities, arts & culture.
Eco-fashionista and world-traveler blogs on sustainable style and living