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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.
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.
Although we've yet to discover life outside of our planet, there are a few places right in our backyard where aliens may be lurking.
Author Daniel Gross tells the story of J.I. Rodale, who initiated the transformation of the U.S. organic and natural-living movement from fringe to mainstream.
Audit your closet before calling relatives for emergency hand-me-downs and then head to Salvation Army stores in upscale neighborhoods. Oh, and don't forget consignment and vintage stores.
Put on your paraben-free makeup with brushes made with bamboo handles and recycled aluminum ferrules.
New book by Nobel Peace Prize winner examines ice's transformative influence on the Earth and mankind -- and challenges us to imagine life without it.
Lucent L'amour combines love for the environment with live art, carnival shows, great DJs, and green-themed sculptures.
The push to recycle more in Berkeley, Calif., may have helped the Earth, but the resulting decline in trash is costing the city big money.
Pop-culture expert covers green celebrities, arts & culture.
Eco-fashionista and world-traveler blogs on sustainable style and living