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Fri, Dec 06, 2013 4:53 PM
German engineering may save you a lot of frustration this year.
LED holiday lights are a bright idea for those strung out over the eco-woes of incandescent bulbs.
Eliminate the wastefulness that comes with drinking bottled water by switching to one of these drinking bottles.
Budget-conscious Americans are cooking at home more which means more leftovers.
Two huge (no pun intended) issues in this day and age: obesity and climate change. Combat both by ditching the blower and doing some good, old fashioned raking.
If you've heard anything about getting tax credits for installing storm windows, find out more information here.
Traveler notes Italy's impressive commitment to "good, clean and fair" food.
Garbage trucks will compact the living daylights out of whatever goes inside them, making all your home-compacting efforts somewhat irrelevant.
Canadian-based Bilt Operations creates bottles made with premium, food-grade type 304 stainless steel using sustainable and transparent business practices.
Java-logs burn three times as bright as regular logs, and seven times cleaner.
Made with all natural ingredients, the line of detergents, hand soaps and lotion add eco-elegant touches.
The eco-friendly dishes are made primarily with renewable plant fiber from bamboo, straw and rice hulls.
Insecticidal soaps don’t contain the same chemicals as those environmental nightmare pesticides you’ve probably heard about.
It's World Vegetarian Month! Your backyard produce may attract more than just other veg-friends: animals are well-known garden thieves. Here are some safe and green ideas for keeping them away.
Whip up your own safe cleaner with good ol' (cheap!) vinegar.
Eco-living expert blogs about best ways to go green at home.