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Fri, Nov 21, 2014 6:38 PM
We talk about showing gratitude at the Thanksgiving table, but here's how to express it in other areas of your life.
Eco-fashion is proving a useful economic tool for Japan's textile manufacturers.
A couple drops won't ruin your efforts, but it's definitely best to keep paper dry.
Professional salvager can take your equipment and strip it for metal recycling.
Want greener eggs and ham? This list offers the five best tips for enjoying a breakfast that is healthier for both you and the planet.
Want greener eggs and ham, and to save a little green in your wallet, too? Try these easy tips for greening and getting the best value out of your morning meal.
Want greener eggs and ham? This list offers the best breakfast food options.
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It's not actually the paint that contaminates the paper, it's the water.
When it comes to recycling, do soy inks make a difference?
The technicalities of anti-litter laws.
No one wants an analog TV anymore after the digital switch -- here's what to do when it's time to get rid of yours.
In stomach-churning detail, Ms. Royte describes how arsenic, rocket fuel, antidepressants, birth-defect-inducing herbicides and even potentially carcinogenic byproducts of the disinfection process all make it into municipal water supplies. Drink up.
Produced sweatshop-free, Blake Hamster's eight new men’s and women's shirts are made from organic cotton and a seaweed-derived material called Seacell.
Dr. Jurgen Klein turned age-old techniques like homeopathy, aromatherapy and alchemy into a line of holistic, plant-based skin care products.
Pop-culture expert writes about entertainment, arts — and the occasional zombie.
Travel and style pro blogs about smart consumption and conscious living.