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Fri, Dec 06, 2013 4:42 PM
Is it a Christmas miracle or just a cruel flashback joke?
Joe Berlinger’s David vs. Goliath documentary is a cautionary tale we can’t ignore.
A new networking event series brings together eco-thinking women in Los Angeles to learn from and work with each other.
Plus: The vampires of 'True Blood' and 'Vampire Diaries' love green, not red. And Dr. Oz has some fresh produce tips for you.
Other artists outraged as a pile of recycled trash wins a contemporary art award in New Zealand.
Mario Van Peebles' new green living show promises comedy, eco-education, and a cameo with Ed Begley, Jr.
Hipster clothier American Apparel is selling $8 bags of fabric scraps. Imagine all the DIY fun that can be had with hot pink micro-mesh ...
Author Tom Standage examines the ‘non-food’ uses of food: Its function as the foundation of civilizations and interconnector of cultures, a weapon, and more.
Simple Shoes' big sale means eco-fashionistas can pick from a whole bunch of green kicks for under $10!
Watch as 900 members of DragonCon convention set the world record for the largest performance of Michael Jackson's 'Thriller'.
Need a last minute eco-friendly gift for a baby shower? Knit booties on the bus!
It looks like a textbook, but author Edmond Mathez's book steers clear of the boring or tedious, and follows up by covering some important scientific issues.
This lakeside resort area, attractive to athletes and celebrities, embraces its natural setting.
Like to volunteer for outdoorsy eco-projects? New Balance's got greener shoes made for the active environmentalist.
Plus: Supermodel Elle Macpherson puts her frequent flier miles to good use.
Colin Beavan and Laura Gabbert say what you can do to lessen your own impact.
Pop-culture expert covers green celebrities, arts & culture.
Eco-fashionista and world-traveler blogs on sustainable style and living