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.
Brita now offers opportunity for consumers to recycle filters to make new products, like toothbrushes.
It worked with smoking in the last decade — can social stigmatization persuade people to change their behavior with respect to the environment?
Leave a fashion footprint instead of a carbon one with a personalized reusable bag.
Donating your old clothes can help you, and someone else, feel warm and fuzzy.
Green ways to get rid of those textbooks.
Get out from behind the wheel and experience a true sense of calm.
'Planet Forward' lets tech-savvy citizen reporters (that means you) cover the Earth for TV and the Web.
Hardly your granny's knitwear.
Red and black make room for green in the Classic City.
Is there an eco-friendly acne remedy -- that works? Share your clear skin secrets.
Clueless as what to do with that surplus unleavened bread? Make a picture frame, coaster, lamp shade and more.
Long concerning itself with social issues, modern dance is increasingly incorporating environmental themes into its works—both artistic and otherwise.
Richard Louv on nature deficit disorder, outdoor creative play, and the No Child Left Inside Act (up for vote now!)
Rabbi Jamie Korngold brings worship to the wild.
No hemp here.
Pop-culture expert covers green celebrities, arts & culture.
Eco-fashionista and world-traveler blogs on sustainable style and living