Article Archive for Home Energy

Many of us dread the day our fridge or stove conks out for good. Or face with trepidation the idea of choosing new appliances...
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...
Have you ever wondered what the world would be like if “work” meant doing what you really loved, without worrying about paying...
The universe is brimming with energy. Here on earth it’s pulsating all around us: in air, sea and soil, in wood, bone and flesh....
Renewable energy is better for the planet — and your wallet
Brad Pitt is leading a project in New Orleans to build affordable homes powered by solar energy. “The idea that we pay utility...
Screwing in some squiggly lightbulbs is on a growing list of “gimmes” for many who have taken some steps to go green. So what’s...
Try as we might to go green, there’re always going to be a few setbacks here (I’m talking to you, leather-seated SUV people) and...
A Q&A with EarthTalk, republished with permission Q. As I understand it, coal used to fuel power plants and other industrial...
Since the first Earth Day in 1970, actor-activist Ed Begley, Jr., has done a lot of unconventional things to spread the word on...
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...