Explore the worlds of sustainable architecture, remodeling & design and organic gardening.
Fri, Dec 13, 2013 10:17 AM
Inhabited or not, these inventive designs throw caution to the wind.
Greenery for floral displays can be bought from certified suppliers in Guatemala, protecting forests and local communities that depend on them
Can sweeter smelling cow burps help fight global warming?
There's an arsenal of well-edited, design-oriented, and often eco-friendly products at Houston-based e-boutique Greenergrassdesign.
Etsy nation descends on Brooklyn's McCarren Park for the annual Renegade Craft Fair.
Ryan Howard from The Philadelphia Phillies visits the White House kitchen garden with Sam Kass and talks about eating better.
Food news from around the web for weekend reading plus news on our food bloggers gardening adventures.
On the catch up list this week: Waterpods, EcoMills, Text-ile chairs, and fetching furniture made from reclaimed bowling alley flooring.
Slowly but surely, states are passing right-to-dry laws that prevent the banning of outdoor clotheslines.
Farmers are searching for guidelines to address environmentally sound flower-growing practices.
The Beta P Pocket Pen will last for decades instead of days.
The Hitachi Deskstar P7K500 is up to 59 percent more efficient than comparable 250-gigabyte hard drives currently on the market.
A $600,000 home in Tacoma, Wash., is so green that it shakes up the county's green building association ... in a good way.
When it's cold outside, whimsical designs bring fun and function indoors.
Bean-to-bar chocolatiers are discovering that making chocolates of distinction directly links to how the cocoa is being farmed.
The lovely ladies of Design Glut provoke and inspire yet again with "Candlestrip", a cheeky comment on energy use and sustainability.
Eco-living expert blogs about best ways to go green at home.