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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.
Can these New Yorkers correctly identify which item is organic and which is ganic?
In a video, Sheen charges us with the responsibility to make sure farm workers are treated fairly.
Berkeley is helping homeowners warm up to solar power by offering city-backed loans, a model that's raising eyebrows elsewhere.
What's up with the Brit fixation on garden sheds? Let the Shed of the Year 2009 competition illuminate you.
Our food blogger is having a little trouble with the rabbits -- okay, a lot of trouble with the rabbits.
Need a breather from the current headlines? Take a MJ- and Palin-free news holiday with these 10 green home links.
Kevin Bauman's haunting website, 100abandonedhouses.com, documents once-stately Detroit homes in a state of ruin.
The Lazy Environmentalist says creating an eco-friendly bedroom will improve your planetary afterglow. (And you'll certainly sleep well.)
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.
14 new duplex designs from a slew of top architects are announced as part of NOLA rebuilding effort, Make it Right.
Eco-living expert blogs about best ways to go green at home.