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This pantry staple isn't just good for your heart but for lots of other things around the house, too.
Rooftop gardens offer hotels a chance to save green by growing their own food and maximizing space.
Entrepreneur Michelle Kaufmann can build your new home in half the time and with half the waste as a regular architect.
LED holiday lights are a bright idea for those strung out over the eco-woes of incandescent bulbs.
If you've heard anything about getting tax credits for installing storm windows, find out more information here.
Garbage trucks will compact the living daylights out of whatever goes inside them, making all your home-compacting efforts somewhat irrelevant.
Whip up your own safe cleaner with good ol' (cheap!) vinegar.
Made from plant- and mineral-based ingredients like coconut, carnauba wax and citric acid, the new line Ecover Boat Wash & Wax is entirely phosphate-free.
The array of certifications for flower farmers raises just as many questions as it provides answers.
When you sign up for Working Assets Wireless service, the company will purchase 10 tons of carbon-emissions offsets from Carbonfund.org.
Spike’s biodegradable bags break down in as few as 45 days.
Richard Solo’s Forever Last Radio/Flashlight yields 20 minutes of tunes or 40 minutes of flashlight use.
Are aerosol sprays bad for the ozone layer?
Get the facts on Punica granatum.
Get the facts on Punica granatum, otherwise known as pomegranate.
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