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Fri, Dec 06, 2013 4:42 PM
Is it a Christmas miracle or just a cruel flashback joke?
Sprint customers can get an instant credit on their bills by recycling old phones at local stores.
In her first book, journalist Amanda Little breaks the mold of clean energy book by talking to big oil, NASCAR fans, doctors and clean energy pioneers.
A new Sierra Club campaign urges environmentalists to fight oil sands to preserve winter sports.
Gordon Edgar has a radical concept: Make the world of cheese accessible to everyone, not just foodies who know a little bit of jargon.
In his debut book, Gordon Edgar discusses his maturation from disaffected punk rock activist into a full-blown cheese aficionado.
If you like your island vacations low-key, 'TT' is the place for you.
Want more eco-friendly textiles? Make more eco-friendly factories.
Willie Garson and Renee Olstead also in attendance at the Alliance for Children's Rights gala event.
Green companies are giving away sustainable clothes, eco-friendly gifts, and even cold hard cash.
Video: Get your weekly green tips from Eliza Dushku and Finola Hughes.
Plus: Alexis Bledel on what she wants to do with her car.
Author Elizabeth Grossman examines the many hazardous chemicals in use today, their effect on our health and environment, and how green chemistry can save the world from this toxic mess.
Read the rules, and then follow the steps to win.
3 MNN Twitter fans will win a copy of 'The End of the Line' on DVD.
Green Lifestyle Film Festival will bring together a Mad TV comedienne, a Playboy Playmate and a pre-teen hip-hop star.
Pop-culture expert covers green celebrities, arts & culture.
Eco-fashionista and world-traveler blogs on sustainable style and living