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Wed, Dec 18, 2013 1:12 PM
In the event that residents living in the squeaky clean Norwegian capital somehow forget what's kosher to flush down the toilet, they needn't look much further than hard-to-miss manhole covers for a quick reminder.
One of this blogger’s favorite nonprofits, Habitat for Humanity, announces it will build 5,000 eco-friendly homes over the next five years.
A TV ad campaign in Brazil urges folks to urinate in the shower to conserve water ... and save the rain forests.
Greening pool pumps, chemicals and heaters is an important but not entirely exciting chore. These eco-friendly pool accessories add a dash of fun.
The Green Home Auditor gets a lil' bit country on a visit to his parents' recently built summer home in Washington state.
A Dutch architect embraces the flood with The Citadel, the world's first floating apartment complex.
Extend the life of your vegetable garden by planting crops now that will take you through the change of seasons.
Soda bottle sprinklers and wire hanger toilet paper holders are just two of the weird, wonderful DIY contraptions at There, I Fixed It.
Video: Follow along as Farmer D harvests vegetables from his garden for a fresh lunch made by Natalie Keng.
Simple change in color puts more green in homeowner pockets by reducing energy consumption.
Dig into these tasty, fresh green news items harvested for your weekend perusal. Dressing not required.
No garden? No problem. With a few old buckets, cans or other recycled containers, you can work out your green thumb without shelling out your greenbacks.
Ultra-efficient homes that produce their own power and are carbon-neutral may become common in the coming years as builders embrace the concept.
Manufactured home giant Clayton applies its single-family green prefab home concept to multi-family dwellings.
At a press preview in Manhattan on Tuesday, equivocally eco-retailer IKEA unleashes its much anticipated 2010 catalog.
Late blight is devastating Northeast tomato crops. How can you tell if your plants are infected?
Eco-living expert blogs about best ways to go green at home.