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Sat, Dec 07, 2013 2:00 PM
This week: Standout holiday gift guides for DIYers, designers, bicyclists, neat-freaks and the insufferably trendy. Plus, cargotecture gets the luxury treatment with a new residential project in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack broke ground on The People's Garden last week. It's just the first.
Video: Danielle is throwing a "green" tea party and you're invited!
Take a video tour of a drafty British town house that has been given a complete eco-retrofitting.
MIO — Philly-based designer of all things "Beautiful, Sustainable, Affordable" — is back with the sculptural Trask Lamp.
Should these green giants be legitimized by the green building community and environmentalists? Or are they just a bad idea?
Step away from reality for a moment to admire EcoCoon Retreats, a new prefab design concept.
Procure a few petals from admirers but in need of a vessel? Here are a half-dozen sustainably designed vases to display your lovely loot in.
With the Wannabe table, a German design firm gives creative reuse to the ordinary, often-thrown-out cardboard box.
According to a recent survey, Canadians are getting greener and greener at home each year.
Claustrophobia, $16 glasses of Chardonnay, and a wonderful, watery cause: Inside the NYC Twestival.
Green Depot’s first LIVE store — a LEED-certified green home supply superstore — opens today in downtown Manhattan.
TerraCycle takes trash like candy wrappers and turns them into treasure.
I’ve counted the ways. Cozy up with a dozen freshly picked, long-stemmed green home news items to end the week.
Don't like sorting recyclables and taking out the trash? Here's a few eco-rubbish bins to up your motivation.
Google announces the PowerMeter, a nifty and free energy-monitoring application accessible from your iGoogle homepage.
Eco-living expert blogs about best ways to go green at home.