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Switching out some surprisingly toxic household products for cleaner, greener alternatives can help save your health, money and the planet.
Open refrigerators and store display cases are bastions of wasted energy. Now, researchers say there's a way to efficiently cool the units by turning the temperature up a notch.
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Chanie Kirschner explores ways to make your current refrigerator more efficient and can help you decide if you need a new one.
Study shows ornamental indoor plants can effectively remove harmful chemicals from indoor air.
The FTC announced that bamboo-based textiles are so heavily treated that any trace of antibacterial bamboo fiber is eliminated, making the material rayon.
People in clean-smelling environments donate their time and money more, according to research at Brigham Young University.
New Eco-rate Web site compares common household products based on sustainable attributes and affordability.
Flint, Mich., rebuilds with verdant gardens and green spaces.
Vegetable-based soy wax isn’t 100 percent perfect, but it’s a heck of a lot better than 'gas wax.'
With GoodGuide, a website and iPhone app, consumers can instantly see through greenwashing and know how the contents of their shopping carts will affect the environment.
Residents are battling with property owners, neighbors for the right to hang their laundry outdoors.
Annual event promotes conservation, features scarecrows made from recycled junk.
The popular retailer must pay $600,00 for selling lead-laden toys.
The grass is greener -- quite literally -- at Harvard University, where landscapers have swapped out toxic fertilizers in favor of an organic approach.
A couple that downsized to a simple country lifestyle found that baking bread in a DIY oven rakes in enough dough to get by.
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