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Fri, Dec 20, 2013 10:00 AM
According to Osram Sylvania's 6th annual Socket Survey, not too many folks realize that 40W and 60W incandescent bulbs will go bye-bye come Jan 1. And a sizable number of those who do plan on stockpiling old bulbs.
Decision to use gender selection when breeding backfires with too many dairy cows and too much milk.
Prefab green home company Blu Homes acquires all assets of Michelle Kaufmann's shuttered firm, mkDesigns.
Now's the time to get to a local apple orchard and pick out some delicious fruit for pies, applesauce and eating plain. Plus: Check out our guide to apple varieties.
The grass is greener -- quite literally -- at Harvard University, where landscapers have swapped out toxic fertilizers in favor of an organic approach.
Exploits in escarole: See what happens when a mom who's not exactly fond of green veggies forks over $900 for nine months of fresh produce.
The W + W from Roca is a sink/toilet combo that saves water like nobody's business and is quite stylish, to boot.
Take a sneak peek at 10 of the student-designed solar homes that will be hitting the National Mall in October for the 2009 Solar Decathlon.
Several household cleaners from Nature's Source are among the first products to earn the Green Good Housekeeping Seal.
While Climate Week NYC has gotten all the eco-attention this week, there's been plenty of green home news to report, especially on the building front.
Philips is the first entrant in the L Prize contest that awards a pretty penny to the first company to develop a low-energy 60-watt light bulb.
Designers building furniture out of excess scrap wood isn't exactly new. But excess wood sawdust? Check out the work of Yoav Avinoam.
Video: Have more questions for Danielle V? She has more answers.
You nominated your favorite young farmers, and here they are: Forty of the nation's brightest green thumbs, quietly nurturing a food revolution from their own back yards.
Eco-living expert blogs about best ways to go green at home.