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Wed, Dec 04, 2013 11:27 AM
Video: Two actresses from Netflix’s hit series 'Orange is the New Black' recently released a Christmas video to raise awareness for charity.
Upcycled seatbelts make a fashionable clubbing accessory. But will your snazzy smart phone fit into the thing?
LUSH celebrates Earth Month by offering a reusable Furoshiki-inspired gift wrap -- made of recyclable materials or vintage fabrics.
Popular Texas roadside attraction made from reclaimed trash faces demolition if owner Vince Hannemann doesn't make big changes.
Natural soap is one of the world's least expensive luxuries. If you're ready to leave chemical detergents behind, found in most conventional hand soap, body wash and shampoo, there is a world of healthy alternatives.
thredUp lets you swap single fashion items with fellow frugal eco-fashionistas -- or swap boxfuls of kids' clothes with fellow green parents.
Aluminum is found in most conventional deodorants and has been linked to breast cancer. If you want to eliminate it from your toiletries, try these options.
Green guru Elizabeth Rogers says you can be $900 richer by making this switch.
Inspire a new generation of environmentalists with these new award-winning, eco-themed books.
Director James Cameron aligns with indigenous populations to stop Brazil’s Belo Monte dam.
MateVeza lets yerba mate fans enjoy a caffeine fix in organic beer form.
This Southern town has plenty of arts, local food and outdoor recreation. And a green-minded mayor, too.
Watch a short film about an upcycling entrepreneur -- then make your own green film for eco-fame and cash rewards.
Video: Get your green tips from James Tupper and Maria Canals-Barrera.
In an online vote, adult voters give Barbie her new computer scientist vocation, but little girls want her to be an anchorwoman.
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