Live a more responsible life with tips on beauty and culture to recycling and travel. Bonus: Celebrity news!
Wed, Oct 01, 2014 2:57 PM
Unusual animals, wacky weather, survivalists, missing artifacts, lost cities and Dr. Oz populate the shows we'll be watching this month.
If you're one of the seven million tourists visiting South Beach this year, it's best to tread lightly. Here's how.
10 questions for the man who would make a killer opening act if Mother Nature were playing live at your local arena.
Two men hope unusual sailing vessel calls attention to debris in the ocean.
Eco-film buffs will rave.
Vanessa gets a chance to ask her own questions ... about the Galapagos Islands.
Video: Kate Flannery and Kevin Dobson give you this week's eco-tips.
Sea salt is a traditional cleansing ingredient that’s trendy again.
Video: Mariel Hemingway provides green kitchen tips.
Meet 'The Goode Family'. Mike Judge and the people behind 'Beavis and Butthead' and 'King of the Hill' are going green with their new animated series for ABC.
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.
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Travel and style pro blogs about smart consumption and conscious living.