Learn how to make your home more efficient and environmentally friendly with inspirational DIY projects.
Whip up your own safe cleaner with good ol' (cheap!) vinegar.
Chemical additives found in everything from nail polish to shower curtains to window blinds may be linked to various health problems.
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The rocker is crafted using FSC-certified wood with non-toxic finishes and it can hold up to 250 pounds.
The Competitive Edge Tanita HS-301W Solar Scale guarantees an accurate reading each and every time with a 10-year warranty.
Handmade cosmetics take the boring out of eco-friendly bath gear with environmentally-friendly products like body butter bars and bubble bars.
Flea collars, lawn-care products, carpet sprays, insect repellant and de-licing products could be harming more than just critters and pests.
Muumuu Heaven ensures nothing goes to waste in the pillowcase-making process by using repurposed fabric, piping, ruffles, lace and even the buttons in their chic collections.
Boston Baked Bonz and Robbie Dawg are packed with organic ingredients.
Nadar Zadi crafts contemporary frames from a collection of antique eyewear in white and yellow gold, spanning 200 years.
Made with super-tough “regrind” material left over from production, the rubber dog toys are non-toxic, recyclable toys.
Lightload Towels are super-absorbent, quick-drying towels that come in compact, easy to carry disks that weigh less than one ounce.
Many aerosol refreshers contain harmful ingredients. Try a natural product or just a regular ol' breeze from outside.
We're no stranger to sweat in the summer. Stay clean and green with these wipes.
We're all thirsty in the summer heat, even your yard. Use these tips so you keep it happy, but not drowning.
Made from 100 percent post-consumer recycled paper, the journals feature a variety of surreal, yet comforting images.
Eco-living expert blogs about best ways to go green at home.