If you're going to all the trouble to eat locally grown, organic vegetables, it's a shame to truck their remains away to landfill prison when you could be feeding them back to the earth. So why aren't you composting yet?
Some couples get happily engaged in environmental issues by ditching wasteful wedding favors, recycling 400,000 cans to pay for their nuptials, or growing all the food for their reception. But that's all optional. Indonesia is requiring that newlyweds go out on a limb.
Humans think they've got the market cornered on electronic communication, but a twittle bird told us that's no longer the case. See what we mean.
This very week, the sweet-corn patch on Maverick Farms came ripe. Harvesting and processing it took half a dozen people nearly all day. Here's what I fed them for lunch.
The kind of oil spill most fashion models are familiar with probably involves tanning oil. This fashion spread from Vogue Italia, however, is a little less "D&B" and a little more "BP." Take a look.
The cost of a home is easy to keep in mind. The cost of getting to and from it is not. A new web tool aims to shed light on transportation costs and nudge Americans away from sprawl.
Nowadays growing food is totally hip, delicious, and sure to appease the most Frugal Freddy. But this is the weirdest place we've ever heard of growing food.
Gabriel is moving into a building where he and his new roommates are taking a crack at a more intentional lifestyle. But is this place ready for them?
The greenest place to live is a dense city like New York, David Owen argues in his book Green Metropolis: Why Living Smaller, Living Closer, and Driving Less Are the Keys to Sustainability. We chat about urban vs. rural living and pitfalls of "decorative transit" and "density light."
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