Keep the Earth beautiful while you beautify yourself. Erika Tarantal explains how
Windows, magazines, carpets, pillows and blankets and, of course, cans, are all targets of the company's effort to reuse and recycle.
"If you're going to have a sustainable city, you're going to have to go back to growing things as close to where people live as you possible can," says Bennet Wilson of Tenth Acre Farms.
Scientists say several could be vulnerable to a tsunami like the one that struck Fukushima.
High fashion doesn't have to leave a footprint -- and green can be glitzy. Check out what these designers have to say about environmental jewelry design.
Interactive T-shirts featuring the heart and lungs change color amid cigarette smoke and air pollution, calling attention to possible damage done by the toxins.
Who has the right to make the rules: the government agency or a federal court?
This Earth Week, we've partnered with TerraCycle to turn your trash into affordable, eco-friendly products.
Eligible families would receive $12,000 in compensation.
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