Explore the worlds of sustainable architecture, remodeling & design and organic gardening.
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.
Brooklyn-based interior design journalist Sophie Donelson launches a new blog.
The United States Botanic Garden serves as a "greenprint" for the new Sustainable Sites Initiative.
All over the country volunteers are keeping fruit from going to waste by harvesting trees.
Get off to a green, clean start in '09 by concocting natural homemade cleaning solutions.
They have higher upfront cost but lower long-term carbon, and they could save you money.
The countdown is on for the great DTV swap of '09. Switch out that old analog set for an energy-efficient model.
No backyard. No problem. You can still grow fresh herbs and vegetables if you plan ahead.
A stylish green vessel for whatever liquid (or libation) you’re sippin’.
Construction on Prince Charles’s “Natural House” at the BRE Innovation Park begins today.
Make a good, green impression to those stepping into your home by opting for an eco-friendly doormat.
Fueled by denatured ethanol, the EcoSmart Fire is a clean, green alternative to traditional fireplaces.
Hey, sometimes you just need to be prepared.
Pay a visit to a German family living in a highly energy-efficient “passive house.”
Snuggle up this winter with sustainable bedding and the like from Amenity Modern Organic Living.
Learn more about organic farming with MNN's Chuck Leavell in this video from his Love of the Land series.
Eco-living expert blogs about best ways to go green at home.