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Fri, Dec 06, 2013 4:42 PM
Is it a Christmas miracle or just a cruel flashback joke?
Journalist David E. Gumpert dives into a battle by consumers and producers against government restrictions. The author's approach might leave a sour taste in your mouth.
A fair trade Ethiopian company upcycles old tires and camouflage fabrics into casual eco-friendly kicks.
Earth Glass Project upcycles beer and vodka bottles to create simple, artsy jewelry.
Forest Whitaker lives up to his name, Oscar-winning 'Cove' gets own TV show, Bret Michaels' eco-girls, and much more.
Author Anna Lappé continues to follow in the footsteps of her mother, who wrote 'Diet for a Small Planet' in 1971.
New exhibit at the National History Museum of Los Angeles will explore evolution and environmental change.
The Oscar-winning filmmakers are at it again -- this time performing a sting operation while in Los Angeles for the Academy Awards.
More than two decades ago, Meryl Streep took on a green role -- as an environmental health activist for NRDC.
Make sure you know what you're recycling ... if it can even be recycled.
Atlanta's eco-minded beauty seekers flock to Aviary, an organic beauty collective.
Henrietta Lacks didn't know it, but her cells helped develop the polio vaccine and medications for most illnesses treatable today. A new book by Rebecca Skloot reveals the woman behind it all.
Win cash, fame and green gear by taking on a new green challenge this month.
Writer Annemarie Conte shares tips on how to make your wedding day more environmentally friendly.
A fashion boutique in California doesn't want shoppers -- only swappers eager to trade preloved styles.
Academy voters choose the true story of environmental degradation instead of the fantasy 3-D version.
Pop-culture expert covers green celebrities, arts & culture.
Eco-fashionista and world-traveler blogs on sustainable style and living