Article Archive for Green Living

Larry J. Schweiger Seas will continue to rise and methane will continue to leak from the tundra long after we drastically cut...
Make your home smell great with these tips!
New Year, new you, right? But sniff sniff… what’s that smell? Are you still using gross old conventional air fresheners? How...
A step-by-step process in brewing your own beer.
I came to beer somewhat later than most of my peers, but moving to Munich in the mid-90’s provided me a crash course in beer...
Smog is bad, but indoor air pollution - which wreaks its havoc invisibly - is much worse. Luckily, you can take strides to improve the air quality within your home
Perhaps the only good thing to say about smog is that all that brown muck is visible to the naked eye, acting as a sobering...
I’m a Blackberry person myself, but I do get jealous of all the iPhone apps — especially the green-themed ones that make eco-...
Earlier this year, Google Earth set up a program to help non-profits and advocacy groups to advance their causes. Darfur...
The first sign of autumn for many of us isn’t a yard full of leaves. It’s sneezes, sniffles and a hyperawareness of germs,...
In 2006, as part of efforts to improve the environment, build sustainable economies and promote healthy lifestyles, Gaiam, an eco...
Decking the halls is hard on the environment. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, Americans generate five million...
This past holiday weekend was a delight, with great meals, visitors from afar, and plenty of good fun. So why did I find myself...