Umbra gives guidance counseling on how to green your keg-stand campus and raise greener money for a student organization.
Does it really make a difference to global sustainability if Americans have fewer kids? Damn straight, says William Ryerson of Population Institute.
This week's Urbivore's Dilemma: Hosting the biggest dinner party ever in my tiny Brooklyn apartment, and getting sentimental about heirloom cast iron skillets.
Your dog's carbon pawprint is probably larger than you think. But instead of jettisoning the pet, how about downsizing to a smaller pooch?
The world would be better off if we could all take a stitch in nine like Marisa Lynch, whose thrifting, diy-ing, and blogging is saving the world from the fugliest dresses -- and setting a fashionable example for greener living.
Scottish scientists have been thinking a lot about drinking and driving. And what they've discovered will knock you off your feet.
Watch the Today Show -- and me! -- break down the issue of SunChips' new and noisy biodegradable bag.
"The media fetishizes celebrity motherhood to the extent that it's practically become pornography," writes Kiri Blakeley in Forbes. This paints an outlandishly unrealistic portrait of motherhood, and adds to the pressure on all women to have kids.
Two New York Times blogs, Green and Dot Earth, are flogging a new study that chides energy-conserving Americans for succumbing to a set of "myths" prioritizing behavioral changes over efficiency upgrades. One supposed myth is that line-drying saves more energy than washing the clothes in cooler water. Huh?