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Mon, Dec 09, 2013 4:00 PM
Here's what you need to do to get your beds ready for winter.
This bag gardening project is great for small spaces or for a project to do with kids.
Move over Wall-E, a fridge from the future has a few words on bolstering energy efficiency standards for appliances in the EU.
Small dairy farmer Dante Hesse needs money to expand. Find out how he's trying to raise it.
Settle down this weekend with a pint of Guinness, a plate of corned beef and cabbage, and these green home news items.
Dutch design firm Oooms has created affordable, solar-powered housing ... for birds.
Although not blatantly eco-friendly, Cubic Switchplates serve as an aesthetically pleasing reminder to unplug appliances and turn off lights.
The first lady envisions "each of us lending a hand" to get healthy foods to everyone. Exactly how can we do that?
On the market for a new lawnmower? Mull over these emission-free options ranging from a classic manual model to a Rosie Jetson-esque wonder.
Learn how to make eco-smart decisions at home.
Colorado painter is the brains behind Dung Bunnies, a line of “eco-sculptures” for the garden that are also natural fertilizers.
Meet Frank McKinney, the flashy, Fabio-haired real estate "artist" behind the $29 million green mansion, Acqua Liana.
Cupboards feeling blue? Fill 'em with these green plates made with a variety of eco-friendly materials.
Now that Captain Planet has returned, here are six more ways superdudes can spiff up their bathrooms with green gusto.
Signs of spring are popping up in the most unusual places.
The Guardian's Ethical Living blogger shares how he greened his antiquated UK home. Plus, the Great Transatlantic TP Debate rages on.
Eco-living expert blogs about best ways to go green at home.