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Tue, Jul 29, 2014 11:16 AM
Streaming service aims to acquire more films that can make a global impact.
If paper vs. plastic was the dispute of the '90s, then e-mail vs. post could be the dilemma of this decade.
With tinted moisturizers, blushes, and finishing mattes, Organic Wear features surprisingly sophisticated products that are also recyclable.
Bryan Meehan's line is made of ethical, organic cosmetics and is free of the harsh stuff and full of natural botanicals.
The funky Faucet Necklace features a single droplet of glass falling from a detailed faucet of environmentally sound, reclaimed sterling silver.
SmartWool's line of Merino wool socks are itch-free and repel water.
Protect your socks from their all too common sock fate.
Passionate bird expert makes birding more accessible and appealing for others.
The Australian company that makes cleansers, moisturizers and facial serums abstains from things like parabens, sulphates, artificial colorings and dioxins.
Eda & Betty acquires and unstrings old chandeliers and uses the tear drop crystal beads to make fabulous, draping necklaces.
If the phrase "eco-friendly lodging" makes you think of primitive huts and bathrooms that make you want to head home, it's time to ditch that notion.
Recycle those #1s and #2s. Better yet, recycle all of your plastic. Better yet, don't use plastic at all!
Produced sweatshop-free, Blake Hamster's eight new men’s and women's shirts are made from organic cotton and a seaweed-derived material called Seacell.
Jump into the City of Lakes.
Dr. Jurgen Klein turned age-old techniques like homeopathy, aromatherapy and alchemy into a line of holistic, plant-based skin care products.
Pop-culture expert writes about entertainment, arts — and the occasional zombie.
Travel and style pro blogs about smart consumption and conscious living.