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Thu, Dec 05, 2013 11:40 AM
Naturally, Texas is home to what the Guinness World Records has deemed as the world's largest gingerbread house. And although the plus-sized structure may scream 'excessive waste' to some, it's not without a big, charity-minded heart.
... or use it as fertilizer. We all know about low-flush toilets. Are we ready for urine-diversion toilets?
California rediscovers the environmental benefits of native gardening.
Designer Scott Raffaele keeps it local and low-impact with 4Korners, his line of versatile eco-furniture.
Mold, in one form or another, is ubiquitous in most homes. But what happens when the mold is toxic? Just ask CNN's Campbell Brown.
Earth Hour 2009 is less than a month away. Here’s some flameless LED candles to provide illumination during the 60-minute blackout.
Have a busy week acting out eco-superhero fantasies? Check out these green home news items that you may have missed.
In terms of eco-impact, America's preference for soft toilet paper is "worse than driving Hummers," states NRDC scientist.
What do you do when you want a farm, but can't get one? Turn a whole community into a farm.
Not surprisingly, vegetable seed sales are rising as people look to grow more of their own food. How impressive are the numbers?
Obama chooses Portuguese water dog for the White House. Finally. Now, let's go turn the presidential pooch green.
OK-happy artist Sighn makes "limited" edition (of 1 million) wood sculptures that benefit the Arbor Day Foundation.
President Obama has nominated Kathleen Merrigan to the No. 2 post at the USDA. Why are some excited about her?
What's the greenest TP on the market? Check out Greenpeace's handy dandy "Recycled Toilet and Tissue Paper Guide."
Parsons students turn a Bronx rooftop into a green oasis for young adults transitioning out of foster care.
Looking for a unique way to curb carbon emissions, conserve energy, and redecorate your kitchen? Carpet the exterior of your refrigerator.
Eco-living expert blogs about best ways to go green at home.