going green

Ietef Vita is a hip-hop yogi and youth advocate working to turn a Denver food desert into a health food paradise.
This finding may not be surprising: the smallest SMBs tend to have smaller budgets and may not have funds to invest in green
Credit: Shutterstock Credit: Shutterstock Along with the basic arrangement of your furniture, lighting plays a crucial role
I discovered how to have drinking water whenever I want it and I never run out. I don't have to worry about lugging heavy jugs and bottles back from the supermarket and I am saving money and helping the environment.
Saving energy -- and money -- doesn't have to mean sacrificing the length or enjoyment of your showers. Low-flow showerheads save almost 2 gallons of water per minute, meaning a family of four can save about $90 per year on water and gas or $140 per year on electric.
The University of Hawaii plans to divest all fossil fuel holdings from its $66 million endowment, its Board of Regents announced
Song and Smith are making an effort to take the glitz and glam out of the music industry and bring performance back to its roots.
As we celebrate Earth Day this month, I wanted to share some tips for how even the smallest of companies can make some eco-friendly changes that will not only benefit the planet, but will benefit your bottom line.
Adopting an environmentally responsible lifestyle might be easier than you think. Check out ten simple tips from five experts on how to make a home greener, from zero-VOC paint to low-maintenance herb gardens.