With prices dropping, is now the time to buy an electric car? Read up on the prospects of going green with an alternative energy vehicle.
This summer, subways and city metrolines got a little less crowded for people living and working in the windy city. Along with officials in other U.S. cities such as L.A. and New York, Chicago city managers are hoping tourists and commuters will make a transportation change in favor of a single passenger vehicle — the bicycle.
Going green doesn’t have to be expensive or life-changing. Here are some ways that you can easily go green on a college budget!
If you’re in the market for a car that covers quality, safety and eco-friendliness, look at four impressive models Hyundai has to offer this year.
We’ve researched and listed a few ideas for eco-friendly back to school supplies to help ensure this promise of a bright future for schoolchildren.
Pinterest has proven itself the social media platform of choice for lifestyle inspiration—or rather: Pinspiration–and we’ve searched Pinterest for the top 5 boards for green living inspiration. Check them out here!
Any organic materials—fruits, vegetables, eggshells, flowers, grass, hair, tea bags, shredded newspaper—can be composted. But why spend the time composting? We have put together benefits of composting that might encourage you to take the time to start your own:
Did you know that traditional grilling could be toxic and dangerous? Luckily, technology is advancing as we make these revelations and with our tips for and eco-friendly BBQ party, you can go green for your next grill out!
Do yourself and your community a favor this weekend and plant a tree on your property—or volunteer to do so around your city.
It’s time to kick your green into high gear. How about an eco-friendly entertainment center?