Funny green tees; eco-friendly sweets for your sweetie; bath products that preserve the rainforest (really!); the second and more fashionable life of the inner tube; ties to get you talking; and kid-powered toys. In the book aisle, find your green path, ride along with the whale warriors, raise water consciousness, start a green Bible study and meet business people who have gone from corporation to conservation.
Tools for Green Living
Holiday ideas, from eco-friendly cards to safe kid’s toys to fragrant candles and vegan perfumes, to organic wines and stocking stuffers. In the book aisle, sourcing your stuff, redefining energy, population problems, the green economy and raising eco-smart kids.
Without grapes, there’d be no wine, but without good soil, there’d be no grapes. Wine-maker Kendall-Jackson has teamed with TerraCycle, Inc. to promote healthy soil by "upcycling" its old wine barrels into rainwater and compost bins.
Recycled flowers for Mom’s Day, plus sensitive shoes, world-saving chocolate, creative kitchenware and better bug sprays. In the book aisle: whale songs, oil lies, bottle bashing, macaw flights, green living, eco babies and stem cells.
Whatever’s left of winter has started to melt, and, for those who’ve been hibernating, the outdoor world awaits. Since you won’t want to leave behind all the comforts of home, E has unearthed a host of new products that make hitting the trails (or the streets and subways) a little more civilized. Bicycle Packing BICYCLE […]
Though the days of slathering on baby oil and baking to a crisp over a long summer day are history, the desire for that sun-kissed glow has remained. The organics world has carved out its own corner of the sunless tanning market, leaving consumers plenty of options for obtaining the most natural of fake tans.