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Wed, Dec 04, 2013 2:32 PM
Video: Every Wednesday 82-year-old Joe Cymerys sets up shop in Connecticut’s Bushnell Park and gives free haircuts to the homeless. All he asks for in return is a hug.
Vermont Soap Organics makes a lovely lavender-scented shower gel for environmentalists who want to look clean, smell good, and stay chemical-free.
A guide to Father's Day songs culled from the archives of rock, country and soul.
Craig Weeks of Fleming Island, Fla., wins grand prize.
San Francisco artist Saundra McPherson wins NRDC's environmental art prize with works that examine vanishing bird habitats.
All companies, nonprofit organizations and schools must offer at least four hours of environmental lessons each year.
Author Matthew Sleeth urges a simpler, more respectful way of life that both the devout and secular reader can embrace.
Video: 'Glee' actors sing the praises of going green.
A new pop-up green spot in downtown Los Angeles combines eco-art, green shopping, and Hollywood celeb appeal.
Tourism could hold the key to saving this developing country's natural beauty.
'Entourage' star hooks up with Oceana as part of the GQ Gentleman's Fund initiative.
For $5.4 million, you can own a piece of baseball movie history -- and grow a few crops.
Yesterday, we got the announcement. Today, we get the details.
Try Get Rich Slowly's year-long experiment: Empty your closet, then put back only the clothes you wear within a year.
Fresh Wave natural home deodorizers get your home from funky to fresh -- without strange chemicals or artificial fragrances.
Chanie Kirschner doesn't let a gross-out proposition get in the way of finding out the truth.
Pop-culture expert covers green celebrities, arts & culture.
Eco-fashionista and world-traveler blogs on sustainable style and living