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Fri, Dec 20, 2013 12:40 PM
National Geographic shines a spotlight on its best travel photos of 2013, a stunning collection accumulated over the past year.
video: See how BP handles a coffee spill crisis.
Proving that nothing is truly sacred, PETA sends a letter urging the former VP to drop the meat to pick up the ladies.
Director Michael Bay probably won't blow up the Washington Mall while shooting there, but Park official aren't taking any chances.
Fans of Nature's Path cereals can now enjoy the same flavors on the go with the company's new organic granola bars.
The jerseys are 13 percent lighter and can absorb and disperse sweat more quickly than traditional fabric.
For two nights, the hit nature documentary will appear on the big screen accompanied by the Dallas Symphony Orchestra.
Actor and entrepreneur says his centrifuges could make a difference in small-scale oil cleanups.
Watch what happens when an unwelcome guest slithers onto the set of an interview with the actress and her co-stars.
Kathy Griffin tells us about her eco-home remodel. Plus: A star of 'Drop Dead Diva' and two real divas tell us how they're greening their lives.
Go ahead, call Morieka Johnson frugal. She'll take it as a compliment.
United By Blue promises to take a pound of trash off the beach for each organic cotton T-shirt sold.
Spread a message to Save the Sea, by looking good on the beach in a new eco-fashion line.
Actor says rampant corruption in the industry must be addressed, and the failure of BP would send the right message.
Shock jock says those responsible should face jail time, calls situation 'depressing'.
Famed music and arts festival to give attendees opportunity to learn about starting their own victory gardens, composting at home, and eating local.
Pop-culture expert covers green celebrities, arts & culture.
Eco-fashionista and world-traveler blogs on sustainable style and living