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Thu, Jun 13, 2013 2:08 PM
Whether you're into southwest Florida seashells or the minerals of Michigan, these museums let you dive deep into a tiny corner of the natural world.
Ian Shive's new book, 'The National Parks: Our American Landscape,' documents our parks through gorgeous photographs.
Cocreator of the original Woodstock celebration says funding was main issue.
A Pennsylvania couple woke up one day and decided to build a brand new green home -- and wrote a book about it.
LUSH Cosmetics' soap is now all free of palm oil, an ingredient that's been linked to the destruction of orangutan habitat.
Eco-concept store and cafe threw a grand opening party -- but I missed the moss bikini runway show.
The Yes Men’s new movie takes a prankster's approach to exposing corporate misdeeds against Mother Nature.
Motown may be broken down, but locals have the rare chance to reinvent their city from the ground up. Can Detroit become a city known for its bikes, trains and farms?
Project Green Search's looking for the next eco-model. Do you have the eco-activist credentials to match your love of eco-fashion?
How cities can fight congestion while drawing crowds to city events: Offer free bike valet!
These super cool cuffs are plated with rhodium, a platinum metal that looks fantastic and doesn't tarnish
Egypt’s 'garbage people' have become experts at recycling every material possible, but their way of life is threatened by the globalization of their trade.
A Redwood Valley family's water-smart lifestyle serves as an inspiring, can-do story for Californians.
When it comes to environmental satire, no show makes us laugh harder.
Plus: Regis recycles (who knew?) and George Lopez has a drinking problem. Sort of.
Pop-culture expert covers green celebrities, arts & culture.
Eco-fashionista and world-traveler blogs on sustainable style and living