A good air purifier will clean your air, getting rid of things like dust, pollen, mold and more. That can help alleviate things like dry itchy eyes, sinus congestion, and more serious allergy ailments.
Go green on your next trip by choosing eco-friendly hotels & rental homes, vendors & tour operators, and purchasing carbon offsets for air travel.
Pesticide drift is taking an increasing toll on populations of bees and other wildlife — as well as humans.
5 Eco-Friendly Ways To A Greener Workplace Thinking About Storage, Cleaning, Lighting, Waste Management Key to a Greener Workplace
By creating an eco-friendly example for others to follow, you can create a better reputation for your company while leaving a smaller carbon footprint.
Small Hacks to Going Greener at the Office Better Lighting, More Recycling, Indoor Plants and Telecommuting All Part of the Solution
Better lighting, more recycling, indoor plants and telecommuting are all ways your office can be greener — and indoor air quality better — than it is today.
Good indoor air quality is key to a good night’s sleep and overall healthy living, so do what you can reduce off-gassing furniture and paint and get your HVAC vents cleaned…
Climate Change is leading to more ozone, more pollen and more asthma problems…
Asthma has increasingly become a major health problem across the U.S. and studies show that climate change is going to make it worse…
E’s Green Home Picks: Clean and Relax Toss Clothes in the Bamboo Hamper, Hook up the Air Purifying Bag and Rest Easy in a Forest-Friendly Chaise Lounge
READY TO LOUNGE Get ready for warmer weather with the Regatta Chaise Lounge ($1,099) from Crate & Barrel, handcrafted from Forest Stewardship Council-certified teak that will weather to a flattering gray. It comes with a fade- and mildew-resistant white cushion. Crateandbarrel.com SORT IT OUT This Bamboo Wicker Corner Hamper ($30.99) fits neatly in a corner, […]
City vs. Country City Dwellers May Not Be Greener than their Rural and Suburban Counterparts After All
Researchers at Aalto University in Finland discovered that people’s carbon emissions in a city are practically the same as in rural areas…