This solar powered lamp performs just as well as the original SunJar but costs less.
Great reasons to consider treating your kids to a green summer camp this year.
The benefit of fruits and vegetables doesn’t stop after you’ve eaten them. The remaining rinds and scraps can be quite handy around the house.
No need to clean up after using these clever cups. After finishing your drink just eat them or toss them in the grass to feed it with vital nutrients.
Metal staples are out. This staple-free stapler let’s you stitch your papers together.
Rid your home of an energy-sucking monster and let the air dry your clothes. You can air dry your clothes in any size space or at any time of the year.
Uh oh, you’re in the checkout line and realize you forgot your reusable bags? What to do? Take the plastic bags and reuse in a variety of ways later.
These shoes can go from the trail to the road to the gym and to a nice dinner all without missing an eco-friendly beat.
Enterprise will ‘pick you up’ in Nissan’s new all-electric LEAF beginning this month.
Tomato cages can be awkward to store once their purpose has been served. Why not turn them into a stylish pieces of decor instead?
Giving the gift of yourself can be one of the most valuable gifts someone you love receives this holiday season.
Don’t waste your money, or the environment, on shiny new wrapping paper.
What’s better for your home and the environment at Christmas? A real or artificial Christmas tree?
A simple dusk to dawn timer can help seriously green your Christmas lights…whether they’re LED’s or not.
If you want to live green, why not start with the stuff that gives you life to begin with? It’s time to embrace organic food.
Better World Books have teamed up with Divine chocolate to give you free Fairtrade chocolate in each order of used books.
Got an old pair of shoes you just can’t part with? Give them new life in the form of funky solar-powered lights
Think you can’t recycle something? Think again…
Make cycling even more eco-friendly by sporting cycling attire made from bamboo and recycled material.
Get healthy, better your family, and have some fun by joining in International Walk To School Day.
What if your house could be one giant water saving machine? If it were built out of Save Water Bricks, it could be.
A profound love for reading can get costly for both your wallet and the environment. How can you save money and the planet but still quench your reading thirst? Visit your local library.
Don’t just rush to your medicine cabinet as the season’s change blossoms into sniffles. Try a holistic approach to your health.
A water bottle that can filter your water on the go AND raise money for clean water initiatives around the world just makes sense.
The stainless steel filtered water bottle from WaterGeeks may be able to free you from your filtered water pitcher.