Live a more responsible life with tips on beauty and culture to recycling and travel. Bonus: Celebrity news!
Wed, May 15, 2013 1:26 PM
These painters have left their mark on walls across the globe, spreading political, social and sometimes inscrutable messages to the masses.
A new eco-site called Angry Green Girl will launch by offering free eco-car washes by green bikini-clad models.
Yuken Teruya creates ethereal paper forests out of throwaway objects like fast food bags.
Design couture fashion out of trash for the Junk to Funk Recycled Fashion Show Contest -- and win $500!
Plus: Rachel Zoe's fashion and Brian Boitano's remarkably light carbon footprint.
A new book by a controversial blogger takes on the government and the food industry. An interview with author Jill Richardson.
Bill McKibben stops by The Colbert Report to reveal why the number 350 -- and 10/24 -- are so important for the environment.
Buy a pair of PACT's organic cotton undies and 10% of what you spend will go to an eco-nonprofit.
Greenbees makes its shoe soles out of recycled tires -- and plants a tree for every pair of shoes sold.
Ponoko lets you hire a designer to turn your eco-friendly product idea into reality.
Catch a screening of Handmade Nation to find out what today's DIYers are crafting now -- and why.
From its bike-friendly boardwalk to its landfill-turned-mountain, Virginia Beach is for lovers -- of the environment.
Video: Stacey Anderson and Navi Rawat give you this week's green tips.
Get the green deal of the day at Guffly.com, a new site that features one new eco-bargain every day.
Two new green companies just launched cute new T-shirt lines made from recycled plastic bottles.
Plus: Going green at the 'Teen Choice Awards' and talking eco-cooking with 'Top Chef' host Padma Lakshmi.
Pop-culture expert covers green celebrities, arts & culture.
Eco-fashionista and world-traveler blogs on sustainable style and living