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Wed, Dec 04, 2013 2:32 PM
Video: Every Wednesday 82-year-old Joe Cymerys sets up shop in Connecticut’s Bushnell Park and gives free haircuts to the homeless. All he asks for in return is a hug.
It's not as glamorous as nearby San Francisco, but this Silicon Valley city's green mindset makes it a worthwhile destination.
Eco-couture designer Deborah Lindquist's fall 2010 line makes noise -- with bustiers made from upcycled cassette tapes.
The producers of the awe-inspiring Planet Earth return with the dazzling next chapter.
Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston builds the green house of his dreams, actress Julie Bowen is an eco-parent, and a Dancing with the Stars judge gets scared at the movies.
The star of 'Lost' and ABC's 'FlashForward' shows off his green street cred.
A green fashion boutique's closing shop -- with great deals on eco brands like Linda Loudermilk and Loyale.
Though recycling and composting are two of the most important green practices, there are some items that are bad for the environment. Follow these guidelines for best practices.
PR professional James Hoggan reports on his industry's ingenious tactics for hijacking the global warming debate.
Water is humanity's most valuable resource. Want to green your usage? These ideas cost next to nothing and can each save 1,000 gallons a year.
Procter & Gamble is reformulating some Herbal Essences shampoos to reduce the amount of 1,4-dioxane in the products.
Burned out? Refresh your green commitment with these simple tips.
Author Jonathan Merritt talks about his mission as a self-described conservative, evangelical Southern Baptist environmentalist.
Something green? More couples are adding environmentally sound options to their wedding plans.
Founder of Lighter Footstep writes a letter to readers.
This state capital has green urban attractions, eco-friendly businesses and a river that runs through it all.
Pop-culture expert covers green celebrities, arts & culture.
Eco-fashionista and world-traveler blogs on sustainable style and living