Live a more responsible life with tips on beauty and culture to recycling and travel. Bonus: Celebrity news!
Mon, Dec 09, 2013 5:45 PM
From the promise of insects as food to home-grown grains, each of these books offers something to chew on.
Eco-pranksters The Yes Men market water from a chemical disaster site Dow Chemical still hasn't cleaned up.
Video: Hollywood is calling for strong action to fight global warming at the historic climate summit in Copenhagen.
A Brooklyn company will make your hole-ridden, ripped up, favorite pair of comfy jeans look good as new.
In Lake Effect, author Nancy Nichols weaves in bits of her own personal journey as she investigates the potentially lethal effects that industrial pollution in her hometown had on her and her sister's health.
To raise money for the environment, 15 'mature' women in Florida pose nude and show off their ageless beauty.
Take your favorite plant for a night out on the town in the Woolly Vagabond, an eco-fashionable purse.
The author of 'Ecology of Commerce' will talk about doing business greenly in a down economy.
Video: Chuck interviews the Indigo Girls about their nonprofit, Honor the Earth.
Find unique, handcrafted, locally made gifts at an indie craft holiday shopping event near you.
Repurpose those post-celebration corks into coasters and other useful trinkets.
A green fashion show sends style with sustainability down a Copenhagen runway.
Photo gallery: These eco-films are sure to shock, inspire and entertain movie buffs this holiday season.
Though Sao Paulo's skyline suggests nothing but endless urban landscapes, the city has plenty of green surprises.
L.A.-based Fahmina upcycles reclaimed leather to create colorful eco-haute earrings and accessories.
Make some eco-thinking friends while shopping for the holidays at sustainable parties this season.
Pop-culture expert covers green celebrities, arts & culture.
Eco-fashionista and world-traveler blogs on sustainable style and living