With solar-powered tanning beds, recycled cashmere dog clothes and designer label reusable bags, “green” living has never been so expensive (or frivolous).
is it okay to pollute if we pay to offset the damage done like so many celebrities — Al Gore, Arnold Schwarzenegger, the band Coldplay — do these days?
There are many exotic variations to traditional table salt—but are there any health benefits?
Organic luxury clothes raise the industry bar.
Hybrid SUVs aren’t doing the environment any favors.
In certain circles, the dispute over the safety of mobile phones and the towers that support them, is as great as the popularity of the gadgets themselves.
Eco-mansions are helping to relieve guilt from the Hamptons to Palm Beach.
The U.S. solar industry is at an all-time high, but it still hasn’t caught up with Europe.
It may be called “beach nourishment” but dredge-and-fill sand operations used to create more beachfront for condos is anything but nourishing.
Environmentalist Bill McKibben has a new cause: getting everyone clued in about the number 350, the parts per million of carbon emissions that we need to return to in order to sustain life on earth.
Sure nightclubs are frivolous halls of drinking and dancing—but across the country they’e starting to take control of their energy and waste.
If you thought carbon dioxide was bad, get a load of nitrogen trifluoride.
Why you should relax about cutting down a tree this Christmas.
French designer Philippe Starck creates an inexpensive little turbine fit for mass production.
The National Teach-In on Global Warming comes to a campus near you.
Where to go online to share the ride.
There are so many tote bags, it’s difficult to choose. This holiday season, opt for one that gives back to one of many worthy causes.
Indie band The Bowerbirds get back to the land.
As agri-tourism and “locavore” movements boom, Eastern Maui in the Hawaiian islands offers multiple temptations for tourists and locals alike.
Gus Speth, Dean of Yale’s School of Forestry & Environmental Studies and cofounder of the NRDC, discusses capitalism’s environmental side effects…
The improvement of wood-burning appliances is a success story right up there with high-efficiency furnaces, solar panels and hybrid cars.
E uncovers some of the most over-the-top green luxury products, from ethical cufflinks to solar yachts.
Some of our favorite places to relax and rejuvenate.
Some of the celebrities on our list of eco-minded stars have been working for years on a variety of earth-friendly causes; others are newly inspired.
With the founding principle that “Green is a standard, not a style,” Kelly LaPlante creates home & office spaces that move beyond boxy modern shapes…