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Mon, Dec 09, 2013 3:34 PM
Video: When Soul Pancake constructed a large white box on a busy California boardwalk, passersby couldn’t resist finding out what was inside.
This National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day, I tried to make a local sandwich -- and found out company names can be misleading.
Forget about artificial dyes, plastic eggs and questionable chocolate. Chanie Kirschner helps you get set for an eco-Easter.
What's the best way to be kind to the Earth when answering the call of nature? Here's an example of why green choices aren't always black and white.
Give the Earth a break on your lunch break with these great ideas.
Give the Earth a break on your lunch break.
Paper Mate's made reusable and biodegradable pens and mechanical pencils to scribble your Earth Day resolutions with.
Ecosystem makes affordable 100% post-consumer recycled paper notebooks -- complete with organic cotton bookmarks and available at Barnes & Noble.
Travels to Africa make the primatologist from Mystery Gorillas acutely aware of the issue. Plus: Lana Parrilla and Jack Davenport.
Dancing with the Stars co-host Brooke Burke is keeping up with her kids on the green front. Plus: Jamie Oliver wants to tick off U.S. parents with his show.
Morieka Johnson knows you can be green and beautiful, and it doesn't have to break the bank, either.
Après Magritte, le déluge! New York's Museum of Modern Art dedicates an exhibit to a more watery, post global-warming New York.
MNN chats with guitarist Stone Gossard about the band's latest project and why the group is passionate about making a difference for the environment.
Passionate about eco-fashions, green buildings, or sustainable gadgets? Submit your innovative green idea to The Earth Awards.
Is it time to say goodbye to the polar bear? Author Alun Anderson takes a cold, hard look.
Do you have officemates who preach about living the greener life? They're annoying, but they're also right. The SOAP Group explores this theme in a hilarious series of videos commissioned by NBC Universal.
Pop-culture expert covers green celebrities, arts & culture.
Eco-fashionista and world-traveler blogs on sustainable style and living