How to Separate "Green" from "Greenwashing" When You Shop

In their eagerness to cash in on consumer demand for eco-friendly products and services, many companies are calling their goods "green" despite their decidedly un-environmental qualities. When you shop, these 5 steps can help you distinguish what's green from what's being greenwashed. ...more

Grilling Green

Does Memorial Day launch your summer barbecue season? Try these ideas for a barbecue Mother Nature herself would love.In the Market for a New Grill?...more

What Does "Natural" Mean?

 Dictionary.com defines natural as "not artificial" or "having undergone little or no processing and containing no chemical additives." When I think of "natural" I think of thi...more

I Need Your Vote To Go To Copenhagen

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Top Ten: A Green and Cheap Halloween

This Halloween don't buy a lot of disposable plastic decorations and heavily packaged (and unhealthy) candy. Celebrating Halloween can be more fun, cheaper, and healthier for you and the environment if you follow these simple tips...Here are the top ten tips for a “green” Halloween. They’ll save you money, too!...more

So we're saving money and going green at the same time! One less costume off the assembly line ...more

What impact does mining have on the environment?

Waste from gold and other kinds of mining pollutes the planet. ...more