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The answer, most likely, is yes and no.
Say goodbye to toxic cleaners. Look no further than the fridge and pantry to learn how to clean everything from pots and pans to yucky grills to carpets.
It certainly isn't easy or inexpensive to be organic with the Halloween treats. We all love the candies we grew up with. But here are 10 Halloween candy treats that are delicious, and organic.
Monarch butterflies waiting for their wings to dry.
Want some help choosing healthier, simpler, and greener food choices? EWG's new Food Scores has you covered.
It's the right thing to do in so many ways, as LivingHome, Make it Right, Cradle to Cradle and Hanley Wood build a comfy new home for the Lower Ninth
If your comfort food cravings demand a little more creativity, or you’re looking for a new way to serve some winter CSA staples, try these fries.
Last spring, we had our first son. Before then, I had never really given much thought to diapers...
This weekend, environmental leaders met in Rhinebeck, New York to discuss the future of the planet
Waste water and waste heat recovery together at last, perhaps the most interesting new thing at Greenbuild.
Every year the BuildingGreen people look for the products that will make a difference. This year the winners put on a solid, if unsexy, performance.
The new software takes more factors into consideration to make far more accurate estimates of how much farther you can drive before recharging.
Use these 7 tips to reduce time and money spent, the amount of wasted food, and the number of nights you order in because "there's nothing in the house to eat."
There are now 11 mass-manufactured electric cars that come in under $27,000 in California... after federal and California incentives.
"I thought that even in death there is a peculiar beauty to a jellyfish on the beach.”
We often think of opossums as looking a bit frightening while playing dead—their defense mechanism against threats—but this one looks quite cute as it explores.
Common Good was started by Sacha Dunn and her husband Edmund Levine out of their personal desire to have refillable and eco-friendly option when it comes to cleaning supplies.
Scientists in Japan are finding that when temperatures are warmer, fewer boys are born
Quickly get connected via video chat to a home & garden expert to get help with your projects through Fountain. We've got beta invites for you to check it out yourself.
This conceptual public artwork will be a time capsule and a forest conservation project rolled up in one, targeting readers of a future generation yet unborn.