Live a more responsible life with tips on beauty and culture to recycling and travel. Bonus: Celebrity news!
Wed, Dec 18, 2013 2:09 PM
New trailer for the sequel to the 2011 hit film 'Rise of the Planet of the Apes' shows the world devastated by a lethal virus.
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.
Check out our list of greenest good guys.
Just in time for Earth Day, BBC Earth is offering a free iTunes download of Planet Earth's Pole to Pole.
Don't toss all your old AA's in the trash can. As a mom who cleans up lots of battery-operated toys, Chanie Kirschner has some recycling tips for you.
Plus other celebrity news in our weekly eco-roundup.
A new line of natural body care products feels expensively eco-luxe but won't break the bank.
There are lots of options for recycling cell phones.
Photographer Gary Braasch has taken photos of some of the most amazing natural spots in the world. He should be angry about climate change, but it's just made him more determined.
Finished the milk? Don't toss that jug -- it has many more uses.
This heartwarming documentary will make you want to play in the dirt -- and keep that dirt safe from pollution and chemical pesticides.
Chez Panisse's Alice Waters gets back to basics in a new cookbook highlighting simple kitchen techniques.
In The Green Blue Book, author Thomas M. Kostigen details small things anyone can do to conserve water, but at times his suggestions aren't perfect.
Pop-culture expert covers green celebrities, arts & culture.
Eco-fashionista and world-traveler blogs on sustainable style and living