Live a more responsible life with tips on beauty and culture to recycling and travel. Bonus: Celebrity news!
Thu, Sep 18, 2014 5:20 PM
No need to be alarmed if you spot what appears to be a massive wooden toy truck rolling down the street — it's just here to collect your recyclables.
A mineral-based bronzer may be safer, since conventional ones can be loaded with synthetic chemicals linked to cancer or hormone disruption.
A mod makeover turns a boring jacket into an inexpensive look equally suited to the urban safari and vests-are-everywhere du jour.
Bright dyes paired with organic or recycled fabrics let you wear nature's brightest hues.
Often times, the journey is the ultimate goal. But with these seven regions in transition, the story is in the hotspots themselves.
From its farms and wilderness to its subways and streetcars, Canada's biggest city adds a touch of green to the Great White North.
Cry of world’s most famous bald eagle now available on endangered species ringtone website.
Boulder-based Eco-Cycle encourages zero-waste--keeping stuff out of landfills by reducing, reusing and recycling.
Argentina's capital lacks in offerings like solar energy and green architecture, but it compensates with extensive recycling and reusing.
Grab this book for a great Father's Day gift or for any occasion that needs greening.
Lambert says, "Hybrid all the way. Let's protect the environment."
MSNBC chats with documentary filmmaker Ken Burns about his new PBS film called "The National Parks: America's Best Idea".
A new book claims honeybees are disappearing, under lots of stress, and this will effect our food supply. And, oh yeah, it's our fault. Read the MNN review.
Garbage science isn't rocket science. Each of us throws away a ton of stuff every year. Literally. The problem, and why it's only getting worse.
A look back at the long-lasting impact of a short-lived journal that altered the course of the world
Buying used books equals more wallet- and earth-friendly.
Pop-culture expert writes about entertainment, arts — and the occasional zombie.
Travel and style pro blogs about smart consumption and conscious living.