Learn how to make your home more efficient and environmentally friendly with inspirational DIY projects.
Earth-friendly Dropps Laundry Pacs are ideal for space-starved urbanites tired of hauling around cumbersome bottled laundry detergents.
This week in green home-land: Tiny green garden sheds, wee red prefab retreats, big blue recycling bins, and more.
SC Johnson: A family company since 1886
A new shopping website, Alice.com, make shopping for (and not running out of) green household necessities a lot easier.
Owners of old refrigerators that can contain many toxic chemicals like mercury, are being paid to recycle!
Pod Planters from Pad Outdoors are beautiful, brightly colored, and handspun from aluminum in LA. Eco-bonus: they're recyclable.
After all the veggie dogs are scarfed, do backyard BBQs leave you with a not-so-green taste in your mouth? Give a solar oven a try.
Got yourself a greenthumb but can't seem to keep track of time? Behold the Soil Clock from Dutch designer Marieke Staps.
Love to garden in the warm months of summer? Turn your thumb even greener with these tips.
Before investing in a swamp cooler to beat the heat this summer, find out exactly one is and what models will save money and energy.
Waterless toilets are gaining popularity, but city officials are still hesitant about implementing them on a wide scale.
Gas grills, beach towels, bug spray and alfresco showers abound in this green home audit, 'the summer share edition.'
Video: Check out ABC Carpet & Home, a great place for a sustainable wedding registry.
Just days after the ACES bill (barely) passes the House, Obama announces new, decidedly unsexy energy standards for lamps.
Don't want to serve your BBQ guests grilled salmon with a lighter fluid glaze? Opt for a chimney starter and a box o' matches.
Take a sneak peak at Microsoft Hohm, a free online app that helps users rein in household energy use.
Eco-living expert blogs about best ways to go green at home.