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.
Plus: Dylan McDermott wants a hybrid and Jackson Browne wants eco-records.
Eco-fashion site EcoStiletto celebrated its one-year anniversary with a celeb-studded party in Los Angeles.
Forget practicalities and dream up a world-changing device that'll green the planet -- and get featured in GOOD and Babelgum.
A new book called 'The Human-Powered Home' explores the many, often bizarre, ways to cut back on your energy consumption.
Jimmy Fallon wants to be an off-the-grid superhero -- The Recharger -- to juice up your phone sans coal power plants.
L.A.-based artist collective Fallen Fruit invites Angelenos to make jam this weekend.
One L.A.-based artist is turning deaccessioned items from a museum into new usable items.
Send in your old lipstick for $10 off a greener, lead-free lipstick with organic ingredients from Lavera.
Nearly four years after Hurricane Katrina, it's getting easier to be green in the Big Easy.
Video: Nia Peeples and India de Beaufort give you this week's green tips.
Reusable, totable ChicoBags get even greener with new recycled PET designs.
Seattlites and New Yorkers can follow household garbage as it travels through the waste stream with MIT's Trash Track program.
Comedian shares his home with 'strong and powerful pets'.
Plus: Doris Roberts doesn’t like bottles and Charles Gibson has something to say about barrels.
Eco-fashion designer Linda Loudermilk's trunk and benefit show last weekend raised money for Free the Slaves.
Pop-culture expert covers green celebrities, arts & culture.
Eco-fashionista and world-traveler blogs on sustainable style and living