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Mon, Jul 28, 2014 12:32 PM
Fourth film in the franchise, starring Tom Hardy, shows us a ruined hellscape in the aftermath of civilization's collapse.
The plant-based balms protect sensitive lip tissue without any harmful additives that actually dry skin out and wreak havoc on the environment.
Oregon-based designer Carol Ziogas transforms vintage and deadstock kimonos into elegant accessories, using no virgin materials whatsoever.
Healthcare, education and technology recharged the local economy, and the city’s leadership is embracing a variety of eco-forward initiatives.
Grand Bahama Island tour operators have been inviting divers to sit on the ocean floor — sans cages — and watch Caribbean reef sharks glide past them.
The entire line is made from renewable, biodegradable bamboo that's produced with zero pesticides.
The recycled stainless steel jewelry is inspired by climbing harnesses and outdoor-gear elements like carabiner clasps and button toggle knots.
Longtime friends Kat Rowan and Deanna Bracken seek out the chicest conscionably sourced and lovingly selected bits of clothing and baubles to feature on the Web-based retailer Green With Glamour.
Italian label Replay's denim is stitched with organic thread, packaged in recycled paper, and featured in green-themed window displays.
Bloq, a line of naturally-derived, SLS- and paraben-free body washes, bars, lotions and shave creams, are available in four fresh scents.
Dr. Jurgen Klein turned age-old techniques like homeopathy, aromatherapy and alchemy into a line of holistic, plant-based skin care products.
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