Article Archive for Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

Tip #1: Unplug! Taking a few minutes to turn off electrical devices won't just help you save the planet, it can also help you...
If you've resolved to be greener this year, take heart. Every small change goes a long way. For instance, if every American...
Melissa Etheridge sums it up in An Inconvenient Truth's Oscar-winning companion song: This film is a wake-up call for all...
Formaldehyde and other volatile organic compounds are guests that have worn out their welcome.Our indoor environment is often far...
Of all the materials used by human beings, there is perhaps none greater, nor more versatile than wood. Offering both beauty and...
Let's face it. The catalog industry relies on paper, and making paper is an extremely resource intensive process. But making the...
Our economy is constantly growing. All economic activities require energy, so economic growth demands increased energy...
Excerpted from the Solar Living Sourcebook. Myth: Turning down your thermostat at night or when you’re gone means you’ll use more...
Stephen Morris served on the Real Goods Board of Directors for more than seven years and was instrumental in developing the...
Editor's note: John and Nancy built their home using Rastra block, made of 85 percent recycled Styrofoam and 15 percent cement....