Article Archive for Green Living

Christmas need not be about consumerism.  Simple gestures and homemade gifts are not only touching, but sustainable.  This year,...
According to the non-profit Earth Pledge, today some 8,000 synthetic chemicals are used throughout the world to turn raw...
I'd started to think that all that glitters comes at a terrible cost to the environment. After all, producing a single gold ring...
Last week I put together a roundup of eco-holiday recipes — and this week’s a roundup of how to use up the leftovers to make your...
The best thing about the Eco Fleece Robe pictured below isn’t that it’s as warm as wool yet a lot lighter. It’s not even the fact...
Ready to wait in line for hours before getting jostled and trampled by other shoppers to buy a cheapo, will-break-by-New-Year’s-...
Statistically speaking, in lean times, holiday cards are one of the first fripperies to get the axe. Suddenly the expense of a...
There is no good logic that can explain to the consumer why formaldehyde — a chemical that is classified as a carcinogen by the...
If you have an iPhone, you probably use it to play games, read books, and even watch TV and movies. But how awesome would it be...
Reduce, reuse, and recycle — or the 3 R's — are not just a recycling mantra. Each of the 3 R's has its own fall holiday! Here's...