As technological advancements and lower costs deliver solar power to even remote villages, it is becoming an accessible engine of economic progress.
The popular singer-songwriter from Hawaii ensures that his concerts are eco-friendly, and donates tour proceeds to green causes.
Tuning into the five elements of nature—wood, fire, earth, metal and water—can help us choose clothing that harmonizes our intention with our appearance.
Recycling is just a start. Committing ourselves to going green has an impact on everything from house size and car ownership to being choosy about everyday consumer goods.
Light bulbs, toothbrushes, slow cookers—there’s a multitude of small things we can change for a planet-friendlier lifestyle.
A few simple tweaks can make our holiday celebrations more fun for the family and more friendly for the planet.
Fun ways to be creative, be kind to the planet and gussy up your house for the holidays—all at the same time.
Green shopping means knowing the eco-cost of our choices – such as the fact that it takes 630 gallons of water to produce one hamburger.
From pre-K to college, schools are exploring environmental strategies to reduce waste and build sustainability.
Plastic is everywhere in our home, but we can start taking baby steps to reduce its impact on our health and the environment.