Make small, easy, fun changes to throw the greenest Super Bowl party on the block! We’ve got the best picks for beer, food, and homemade penalty flags.
See why palm oil is so dangerous and how palm oil products are being used these days. Since palm oil is labeled under many different aliases, here’s a list of ingredients to look for if you want to avoid palm oils in the products you buy.
Eco friendly coffee practices go WAY beyond just using green coffee beans. I’ve found a few clever ways to go green while drinking coffee. Have you tried these?
Green lunches are quite popular these days. Here are 4 eco-frindly-dining habits that allow you to stay green when eating on the go!
I’ve been gardening for many years. One of my annual keys to success is seaweed fertilizer. It’s one of the best natural fertilizers — especially if you live in close proximity to a beach where you can gather your own seaweed regularly.
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.
Greening your night time routine can help you fall asleep faster, sleep better, and wake up feeling healthy and rested.
A new year is a great reason to make some changes you’ve been putting off for one reason or another. Here are some fun ways to live greener in 2011.
Scrambling around to find those last couple of Christmas presents? Here are a few easy, but awesome, present ideas for anyone left on your list.
Save energy, time, and reduce stress by cooking Thanksgiving staples in a crock pot.
The best way to live green is to start your day off that way. Check out these easy ways to green morning routine.
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.
Easy and awesome ways to green everything about your Halloween, from costumes to candy.
Can you guess how many pounds of food additives the average American consumes each year? Put it this way, if it were a baby, that labor would majorly suck.
Even for die-hard walkers and bikers, sometimes you just have to drive somewhere. Why not make your car work for you if you do?
May is chocked full of great reasons to rid your body, food, air, and life of toxins.
This is an unbelievably blatant attempt at tricking new organic shoppers into buying a ‘natural’ potato chip that isn’t even organic.
Want to grow your own herbs and veggies? Here are the details on how to build a simple but beautiful raised bed garden.
How to build an incredible outdoor cob pizza oven for under $20.
The Coca Cola company may seem to be an unlikely candidate for the greenest sponsor of the 2010 Olympics, but wait until you see how far they went to be just that.
2 natural ingredients are all that come together to make Verterra dinnerware, the most chic and eco-friendly party plates that money can buy…but it’s a good thing it doesn’t take much money to buy them.
Check out these great Monsanto cartoons by Joe Mohr, and the real issues behind them…the ones Monsanto doesn’t want you to know about.
Pumpkin pie is great, but so boring. Check out these 9 creative pumpkin recipes to enjoy this fall.