Live a more responsible life with tips on beauty and culture to recycling and travel. Bonus: Celebrity news!
Wed, Dec 11, 2013 3:54 PM
Former 'Price is Right' host has a big heart for people and animals.
Bag the plastic bag habit at your local dry cleaner by taking your own stylish reusable garment bag.
Eco-bloggers can tote their laptops in stylish hemp, recycled PET, or organic cotton Timbuk2 bags.
Instead of watching reruns on TV, check out these FREE eco-minded TV shows and movies at Hulu.com.
An L.A. eco-boutique's going out of business -- and its web stores are full of eco-bargains.
We troll the red carpet at movie premieres and Spike TV's Video Game Awards looking for green celebs.
Rarely use your car but keep it around for emergencies? Try a car sharing service.
Get all the tips to prevent unwanted catalogs in 2009, with free help from anti-junk-mail websites.
Think 2.5 million people in the middle of NYC can't be green? Fuhgettaboutit!
Get coupon codes for 35 - 50 percent off fashionable eco-boutiques.
It's December 24. Where will your Christmas tree be retiring to?
Show off your eco-wardrobe by submitting your green getup to the Eco Fashion Show.
From your ex-boyfriend's designer jeans to furniture and old CDs, Freecycle is helping people find new homes for old things.
A conversation with Greg Melville, the dude who wanted to be the first to drive across America in a french-fry car.
Feel like the only militant vegan in town? A new film club wants you to join its community.
Get eco-friendly scarves, hats and gloves for under $15 at The Oko Box!
Pop-culture expert covers green celebrities, arts & culture.
Eco-fashionista and world-traveler blogs on sustainable style and living