Of course bicycling is good for our health, but it has many other benefits to offer. Discover five ways that choosing to bike can actually help save and protect the environment.
There’s more to eco-friendly driving than choosing a fuel-efficient or hybrid car. Consider implementing these simple practices to make your driving habits a little bit greener.
Take the initiative and reduce your carbon footprint at home with these six tips.
The New York Times reports our carbon emissions in 2011 were the highest on record. Reduce your family's carbon footprint by choosing vegetarian recipes such as Fennel and Leek Soup and Delicata Squash Stuffed with Wild Mushrooms and Herbs.
When you celebrate Meatless Monday with hearty, savory Mushroom Bread Pudding, no one will miss the meat.
In the wake of a study that shows access to public transportation is crucial to lowering carbon footprint, the Smarter Cities Project names the top regions for smart transit.
A Carnegie Mellon study finds fault with carbon footprint calculations. Thankfully, we have other ways of determining environmental impact.
Filtering tap water instead of buying plastic bottles helps my family’s carbon footprint—and bottom line.
The recent trend towards e-readers may cut back on environmental impact, but they also take away the tangible qualities of reading a book.
Exercising is good for you—but what about for the environment? Getting your workout fix outdoors, using retrofitted or energy-efficient machines and buying sustainable workout gear will lessen your carbon footprint by pounds of CO2 a day.
Natural Home editor-in-chief Robyn Griggs Lawrence explains a Greenpeace report that links major shoe companies to rainforest destruction.
Reading books from your local public library is a greener alternative to buying new books.
Matt gets a reality check on his reusable bag habit and what needs to be done to really help the environment.