Five surprising ways you're hurting the environment—and the surprisingly easy changes you can make to be greener.
That would be a real win-win.
Try these simple, green recipes you can make yourself.
Every year, the United States chucks nearly 40 percent of its food. Dana Gunders, a senior scientist at the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) and the author of The Waste-free Kitchen Handbook, offers money- and planet-saving tips.
Going green can also be glamorous with the help of these environmentally-friendly accents.
What do you do when you’re a reluctant city dweller craving nature? If you’re ecologist Jenny Carney, you build yourself a tiny remote getaway (with a little help from Pa).
No more pesky (wasteful!) plastic bags.
Though there is still not much regulation over “green” and “organic” cleaners, these formulas cut (through) the mustard and help keep your home in top form.