Women Living in Green Areas Live Longer

There is plenty of research showing that being around plants, trees and nature can improve your mood and help release pent-up stress and anxiety. Some studies even show it boosts creativity. Now, a new study out of Harvard and Brigham and Women’s Hospital shows it may do even more than that. The eight-year study...

6 Common “Kitchen Scraps” That Allow You to Regrow Vegetables

Save some green and regrow these vegetables and herbs from your food scraps.

The ‘Un-Green’ Behavior Americans Feel Most Guilty About

Being "green" 100% of the time is difficult. So what not-so-green behaviors do Americans feel most guilty about?

4 Solutions to Minimize Energy Waste

Here's 4 ways you can reduce your energy waste.

Are Your Energy Efficient Light Bulbs Putting You at Risk for Skin Cancer?

Scientists have discovered the dark side of energy-efficient compact florescent light bulbs (CFL) and they could be negatively impacting your health.

Urban Farms Provide Organic Greens to Local Consumers and Restaurants While Creating Jobs

Urban farmers are out to prove you can offer ultra fresh, organically grown produce to big city communities and restaurants while creating jobs for urban locals.

4th of July Sale on Organic Grocery Delivery from Green PolkaDot Box!

Our friends and sponsors at Green PolkaDot Box are offering some incredible savings on organic groceries that can be delivered right to your front door.

Method: The Classics of Greenwashing

Apparently, Method cleansing products are just as toxic as conventional dish detergents and all-purpose cleansers – but they cost up to 30 percent more.

How to Celebrate Earth Day All Year Long

Earth Day is considered by many as the birth of the modern environmental movement - it's a day celebrated globally by over 192 countries.

Discover the Slow Flower Movement in The 50 Mile Bouquet

A new book by Debra Prinzing and David E. Perry, The 50 Mile Bouquet, lays out the little-known facts of the flower growing industry.