Across the the country, some 40 million people are LOHAS. LOHAS people are in Charleston, Savannah, and in Scottsdale. There are a lot of them in the large cities, such as S...
This Flash travel piece for The Atlantic and Delta Air Lines. The piece contains links to Google Maps and has about 100 short reviews for restaurants all around the world.
I blogged twice a day on Davos for the Atlantic from a small-business point of view. The blog was sponsored by HP.
According to the government, buildings consume more energy than any other sector of the economy--including transportation and industry.
Dangerous killer floods are inching ever closer to the capital city of Bangkok--and soon a good bit of it may end up under water.
A few days ago in Virginia, plans were approved for the construction of an offshore wind turbine test center.
There's only a finite amount of water on earth. And ninety-nine percent of what we have is either undrinkable because it's sea water or unavailable because it's trapped in glaciers.
A high school environmental club is working to outlaw plastic bags in their small Idaho town.
A few days ago, Treehugger reported that New York City has already experienced climate change. Temperatures are up and expected to rise higher--up to nine degrees above the norm. Water levels will also be higher, endangering the subway system and low-lying areas.
Each ultra-premium pint is handmade and packed with sustainable, local ingredients. And flavors are never repeated.
Come every January, walk any city street in America and you'll see plenty of Christmas trees piled up on the curb. I
Increasingly, cities are asking their citizens to compost, but why? In times past, that organic stuff was just mixed in with the trash and allowed to biodegrade in the landfills. What's done with all of those orange peels, dried out egg shells, and lawn trimmings?
Quite a few cities have upscale markets brimming with organic produce and green goods such as cleaning supplies and detergents. While it's easy to find out which foods should be organic, and which do not need to be, do you really need an all-purpose cleaning spray made from lemon juice?
Going home for the holidays can either be joyous scene out of Norman Rockwell, or a stressful one from Dante.
Aquaponics is ancient, but also revolutionary. The practice of raising fish and plants together, it's an ultra-efficient, sustainable closed loop when it's done right--waste water from the fish fertilizes the plants. The plants return the favor by then feeding the fish.