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Wed, Dec 11, 2013 3:54 PM
Former 'Price is Right' host has a big heart for people and animals.
Be kind to your old analog TV — and be wise in picking out your new flat screen.
A new online calculator shows you how much of earth's resources you can save by switching to e-billing.
MNN reports from an unconventional convention.
Here comes a book dedicated to green fashion and beauty — written by an environmentalist model, no less.
For eco-minded music lovers, a pre-Grammy party in Los Angeles promises to help you go Green with Music.
Outdoors enthusiasts and eco-adventurists head for higher ground.
There's an imbalance between the percentage of genetically modified foods grown in the U.S. and the percentage of Americans who know what that means.
Write down your eco-thoughts in this recycled notebook, which uses no virgin fiber!
Green Dimes and RecycleBank are two tools to help you be a stand-out recycler.
Plus: A star from 'The West Wing' and his pole-dancing wife are greener than you'd imagine.
Make your Valentine's Day sweeter with fair trade wine, chocolate and flowers.
Video: Kim Kardashian and Susan Olsen: Two celebs, two bizarre eco-tips.
L.A. Eco-Village brings together urbanites who’ve embraced voluntary simplicity and ecological consciousness.
Matthew Sleeth may not be the Lord Almighty, but he did write the foreword to the new edition of God's bestseller — The Green Bible. We chat with Sleeth about Jesus, SUVs and why the world needs yet another Bible.
Pop-culture expert covers green celebrities, arts & culture.
Eco-fashionista and world-traveler blogs on sustainable style and living