Live a more responsible life with tips on beauty and culture to recycling and travel. Bonus: Celebrity news!
Fri, Dec 13, 2013 3:00 PM
Here are some simple ways to have a more eco friendly Christmas.
Lower utility bills and better energy efficiency will help you keep your cool.
Do you really want to green your home? You can't do it alone. Here's how to get the sort of family buy-in you need to make it work.
Shopping locally may not always be the greenest option. A new study by Carnegie Mellon University's Green Design Institute gives a thumbs-up to buying online.
This morning, green living expert Sara Snow talked about gDiapers, my favorite green business and maker of the greenest diapers around.
Broke an umbrella? Don't send it to the landfill just yet. Upcycle it -- or get an eco-minded DIYer to upcycle it for you.
Chanie Kirschner has a better place than the landfill for your old toys, clothes and other junk that's got to go.
The day after April Fool's Day is National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day. Enjoy a no-joke PB&J!
Turn bags into functional eco-fashions for rainy weather.
The Cove wins Best Documentary (again) and the stars reveal their "pet" causes.
Think you've gone green by switching to CFLs? You're halfway there: CFLs contain mercury, and need proper disposal. Here's your chance to be a recycling superhero!
We head to the red carpet to chat with America Ferrera, Craig Ferguson and the other stars of How to Train Your Dragon. Plus: More celebs offer their green tips.
Video: Get your green tips from the cast of ABC's 'FlashForward.'
Video: Fall Out Boy's Pete Wentz discusses the TAP Project, which seeks to bring clean drinking water to millions of children around the world.
An organic pizza franchise is expanding fast with a menu that boasts vegan cheeses, organic meats and gluten-free brownies.
Video: Curb Your Enthusiam's Jeff Garlin on how responsible living has changed his life.
Pop-culture expert covers green celebrities, arts & culture.
Eco-fashionista and world-traveler blogs on sustainable style and living