Green Living

A Guide to Green Burials
A Guide to Green Burials

You recycle, drive a hybrid, eat vegetarian, and take your own bag to the grocery store—but have… >>

3 Eating Habits to Minimize Your Ecological Footprint
3 Eating Habits to Minimize Your Ecological Footprint

The ecological footprint of the food we throw away is usually much larger than the footprint of all… >>

5 Reasons to Consider Car Sharing
5 Reasons to Consider Car Sharing

Car sharing may sound like some vaguely utopian experiment in cooperative living, but it’s… >>

How to Be a Safer Cyclist
How to Be a Safer Cyclist

Now that spring is here, and summer’s just around the corner, it’s the perfect time to get that… >>

6 iPhone Apps for Nature Lovers
6 iPhone Apps for Nature Lovers

Before you set out on your next picnic, nature walk, or hiking adventure, download these helpful… >>

Simple Everyday Ways to Go Green
Simple Everyday Ways to Go Green

You can make a huge difference in your impact on the planet with just a few small changes to your… >>

Small Steps, Big Savings: What You’re Wasting Most
Small Steps, Big Savings: What You’re Wasting Most

Living more conservatively and adopting sustainable habits doesn’t have to be hard. Here are a… >>

6 Surprising Earth Day Statistics
6 Surprising Earth Day Statistics

Americans have made a lot of progress over the past few years in regards to our carbon footprint… >>

New Uses for Old Shirts
New Uses for Old Shirts

Don't throw out your old t-shirts, instead reuse them in useful ways. >>

How to Make Eco-Friendly Easter Eggs
How to Make Eco-Friendly Easter Eggs

Start a new family tradition: decorating Easter eggs with fruit and vegetable dyes you and your… >>