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Mon, Dec 09, 2013 9:18 PM
Well, he got the most valuable thing back, right?
Enter the Fair Trade My Home contest and win Ben & Jerry's, Dr. Bronner's, and other fair trade goodies.
Here are several easy, Earth-friendly solutions for getting rid of plastic cards.
Green Field Paper Company's new 100% Junk Mail cards are made extra chunky -- embedded with proof of their post-consumer raw materials.
In Matt Hickman's view, any recycling is better than none at all. However, one kind has a green edge over the other.
There is new movement to plan suburban communities around farms instead of golf courses. Can it catch on?
Director James Cameron says a sequel to the blockbuster hit Avatar will be set in the oceans of the fictional planet Pandora.
Revamped website provides free wiki-style fix-it manuals. Double the life of your gadget, halve your e-waste, and save money, too.
MNN's lifestyle blogger kicked off Earth Day at a natural history museum and ended it with wheatgrass cocktails. What did you do on Earth Day?
Renting may limit your options when it comes to living green, but there are plenty of ways to lighten your environmental footprint — without taking a mortgage.
Once a luxury item, cruelty-free clothing is now widely available, and priced competitively with conventional equivalents. Why not give it a try?
There's no reason to feel green guilt over that big stack of magazines on the coffee table. Give them a second life by putting them in the hands of others.
We caught up with several legendary television actors to find out how they're helping the environment.
Redford reflects on a lifetime of environmental activism, his love for the West, and why Earth Day should be more important than ever.
Video: Josh Dorfman, host of The Lazy Environmentalist, talks with msnbc's Willie Geist about the best ways to go green and protect the environment.
Jeff Opperman returns with a new top 10 (actually, top 14) song list for Earth Day. Now it's time to share your favorites in the comments section!
Pop-culture expert covers green celebrities, arts & culture.
Eco-fashionista and world-traveler blogs on sustainable style and living