Creating a harmonious feng shui-savvy environment means not only including decorative Earth elements but also eliminating toxins in cleaners and furniture.
Eco-friendly flooring can be found in a wide range of thoughtful choices—from wood, cork and stone to linoleum or concrete.
Low-flow faucets are just the first step in creating a green bathroom that’s squeaky-clean, luxuriously fragrant and planet-friendly.
We don’t have to put up with toxic cleaning products when we can clean efficiently and thoroughly with these simple homemade solutions.
Ridding our homes of toxins is an essential step in creating spiritual, mental and physical harmony in our lives.
“Small is beautiful” is back in vogue, as homeowners seek streamlined simplicity, less stuff and greater environmental and financial savings.
Traditional carpets can off-gas and are difficult to dispose of or recycle. Fortunately, there are a host of savvy alternatives that won’t tax the health of our families or the planet.
Kitchens, bedrooms, bath and laundry rooms—even those pesky “un-rooms,” like attics, entry halls, closets and garages—can all go green in simple, budget-friendly ways that aid the environment.
New Energy is about more than clean fuels and technologies. As consumers, we can do much to reduce demand.
Pioneering communities across the U.S. are now embracing organic lawn care, creating more sustainable landscapes that benefit everyone.