Learn how to make your home more efficient and environmentally friendly with inspirational DIY projects.
Two huge (no pun intended) issues in this day and age: obesity and climate change. Combat both by ditching the blower and doing some good, old fashioned raking.
Garbage trucks will compact the living daylights out of whatever goes inside them, making all your home-compacting efforts somewhat irrelevant.
SC Johnson: A family company since 1886
Canadian-based Bilt Operations creates bottles made with premium, food-grade type 304 stainless steel using sustainable and transparent business practices.
Java-logs burn three times as bright as regular logs, and seven times cleaner.
Made with all natural ingredients, the line of detergents, hand soaps and lotion add eco-elegant touches.
The eco-friendly dishes are made primarily with renewable plant fiber from bamboo, straw and rice hulls.
Insecticidal soaps don’t contain the same chemicals as those environmental nightmare pesticides you’ve probably heard about.
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.
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.
Eco-living expert blogs about best ways to go green at home.