Phone book litter has been banned in Seattle. That means no more bulky yellow books in plastic bags on doorsteps, unless residents opt in.
In this My Intentional Life, the gang meets to discuss whether splitting their Community Supported Agriculture share is threatening to split them up.
NPR host Scott Simon wants to encourage people to consider adoption, yet he's suspicious of people who might do it for environmental reasons.
The world is pumped that Google is passing mile markers on the road to creating a fully automatic automobile. But let's consider what we got the last time robot vehicles were allowed to freely roam the earth: Transformers.
Ask Umbra answers a reader question about clothes moths. She shares how to get rid of them and repair sweaters. If you care about cardigans, read this!
There were more than 7,000 worldwide examples of people getting to work to combat climate change for 350.org's 10/10/10 Global Work Party.
Watch Tracy and Jared tell a slightly aghast Tyra Banks about their decision not to have kids.
You know you want to make a difference. Ask Umbra says get out there this weekend and (work) party on at a 350.org event near you!
This week, the Urbivore gets something in her veggie box that veers outside of her comfort zone. Help her over this food hurdle!
We've devised the world's shortest survey to find out what kind of actions our readers are taking. You know you want to.