Article Archive for Eco-Decor & Design

Urban farms and victory gardens are sprouting up all over the US, reports TIME magazine, which notes that these city farms are "...
During his work to cure polio in the early 1950s, Jonas Salk was smothered by a case of researcher’s block so debilitating that...
So you've got your local recycling system down pat — but what about all the other stuff your city won't accept? If the growing...
With summer upon us, and the collective American consciousness turning toward barbeques and picnics in the park, it might be a...
Want to learn how to green your kitchen? If you've got big spring greening plans for the kitchen, check out these guides for...
An excerpt from “Living Like Ed: One Man's Guide to Living an Environmentally-Friendly Life” by Ed Begley, Jr.
I bought our house in 1988, a simple little two-bedroom house on a small lot in Studio City, California. Given my financial...
It’s happened to a lot of us: We drop by a friend’s pad for the first time and immediately notice his place looks suspiciously...
It's been several years since I saw Al Gore's An Inconvenient Truth, but a few key concepts have stayed with me through the years...
Brothers and sisters, I’ve seen the light streaming through the wheat fields. I’ve made my confessions, renounced the old ways...
If you’re building a new home or updating an older one and want to go green wherever you can, you’ve got more options than ever...