Live a more responsible life with tips on beauty and culture to recycling and travel. Bonus: Celebrity news!
Wed, May 15, 2013 1:26 PM
These painters have left their mark on walls across the globe, spreading political, social and sometimes inscrutable messages to the masses.
Got an old cell phone? Recycle it.
If you don’t want to expand your carbon footprint by buying brand-new jewelry, it’s time to hit the vintage stores.
Metal scrapyard sends everything from aluminum cans to washing machines back to be made into something else.
A new IMAX 3D film narrated by Daryl Hannah lets viewers dive into a mysterious underwater world.
An excerpt from The Eco Chick Guide to Life: How to Be Fabulously Green.
Like that “beautiful” scene in 'American Beauty' of a plastic bag dancing in the wind? Then you'll love this Spanish art installation.
Miss USA hopeful Amal Bennett-Judge is not all about the runway. She's working to make green the new black.
Goodwill clothes get refashioned into runway wear by high school students in Kalamazoo, Michigan.
Plastic shopping bags are banned in San Francisco.
PETA feels that no wool-wearing is best, but if cozy wool sweaters are your winter must-have, your first green step is to avoid Australian merino wool.
Beyond its touristy beachfronts, the Aloha State offers an island Eden for eco-travelers.
A 3D animated movie with an environmental message -- starring the voices of Luke Wilson and Dennis Quaid -- arrives in theaters this weekend.
Before the first Earth Day there was an eco-documentary, 'Our Vanishing Wilderness.' Now 40 years later, environmentalists can watch it again.
Elle and Barneys New York teamed up with 8 hot fashion designers to turn pre-loved denim into one-of-a-kind eco-fashion outfits.
ELLE Eco-Style Station will roll into L.A. farmers' markets in May, pampering locavores with free green pedicures and massages.
Pop-culture expert covers green celebrities, arts & culture.
Eco-fashionista and world-traveler blogs on sustainable style and living