Live a more responsible life with tips on beauty and culture to recycling and travel. Bonus: Celebrity news!
Fri, May 17, 2013 10:55 AM
In a study, people chose an array of warm colors to accompany the upbeat songs and darker, grayer, bluer colors to go with the more somber ones.
Update your look by tailoring, not tossing out, your old T-shirts.
Honore des Pres makes phthalate-free perfumes that won't make you smell like a hippie -- not that there's anything wrong with hippies.
The affordable organic cotton fashion line threw a star-studded private shopping party in Venice, Calif.
For a city so steeped in revolution, going green is a walk in the park.
Design a logo and a collection bin as part of a competition that's aiming to beef up e-waste recycling in NYC.
Get your remote ready because we've got your Earth Day TV plans all mapped out. Plus: Cameron Diaz helps Drew Barrymore go green.
TOMS shoes wants you to kick off your shoes tomorrow to raise awareness about children who don't have shoes.
National Geographic’s new green living book shows most home-greening tactics will save you money, not drain your pockets.
Video: Get green tips from Victor Garber and Shailene Woodley.
Ditch the bottle and grab the much-friendlier water option: filters. Just make sure you recycle them when they're done.
I'd much rather people resolve to become citizen scientists in the coming year.
Recycling and composting expected to be mandatory by year's end.
We review a new book by a husband-and-wife team of bargain hunters. They brake for yard sales. And dumpsters, too. They even have matching metal detectors.
A new book examines what it’ll take to make fair trade fair.
A chain of untrampled Indian islands prepares for eco-minded development in hopes of becoming the next Phuket.
Pop-culture expert covers green celebrities, arts & culture.
Eco-fashionista and world-traveler blogs on sustainable style and living