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.
Take or mail in your old gold jewelry to Jill Platner in New York and get store credit for new gorgeous 'green gold' jewelry.
Upcycle those Fathers Day cards into new useful objects -- or hack together an urban chicken coop ala Ikea!
Known for its theme parks and outlet malls, Orlando isn't being mousy about going green.
The Los Angeles Dwell on Design show will feature the latest in sustainable modern design -- and yummy sustainable eats.
Author Peter Laufer sheds light on the villainous subculture of poachers who steal endangered butterflies and sell them for big money.
Join beach cleanups and win green prizes on International Surfing Day.
Dole threatens to sue over a documentary about banana workers to be screened at the L.A. Film Festival.
MNN co-founder and keyboardist for the Rolling Stones, Chuck Leavell, sat in with Jimmy's house band on last night's show.
Plus: ABC has the scariest the-world-is-coming-to-an-end miniseries you'll see this summer.
Video: Get this week's green tips from Adrianne Palicki and Jonathan Bennett.
Dartmouth College students aim to inspire Americans to reconsider their relationship to the planet and with each other.
Get an all-occasion organic cotton dress for the summer -- on sale for $56.40 at Envi.
Keds organic sneakers cost $55, but the Loomstate-designed versions will sell at Barneys for $75.
In his new book, The Medea Hypothesis: Is Life on Earth Ultimately Self-Destructive?, author Peter Ward argues Mother Nature has a mean streak.
Help MNN grab Fallon's attention when our boss is on his show.
Pop-culture expert covers green celebrities, arts & culture.
Eco-fashionista and world-traveler blogs on sustainable style and living