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Green Arts

With a little research, we can make beautiful art and crafts using non-toxic supplies from planet-friendly sources.

Food Gleaning

By picking what’s left behind in the fields, nonprofit groups are providing fresh, healthy food to millions nationwide.

The Teeny-Tiny Vacation Option

Ever longed to try out downsizing? Teeny-tiny rentals a tenth the size of an average home are springing up at vacation sites ranging from national forests to urban centers.

Toxin-Free Beauty Salons

Nail polish, hair dyes and hair straighteners are typically loaded with toxic chemicals, but there are healthier alternatives.


With close-at-hand natural ingredients like honey and baking soda, we can create beauty products that are safe, affordable and effective.

The Sun’s Electrifying Future

As technological advancements and lower costs deliver solar power to even remote villages, it is becoming an accessible engine of economic progress.

Musician with a Cause

The popular singer-songwriter from Hawaii ensures that his concerts are eco-friendly, and donates tour proceeds to green causes.

Feng Shui Fashionista

Tuning into the five elements of nature—wood, fire, earth, metal and water—can help us choose clothing that harmonizes our intention with our appearance.

Live Green, Save Big

Recycling is just a start. Committing ourselves to going green has an impact on everything from house size and car ownership to being choosy about everyday consumer goods.

Ever-More-Green in 2014

Light bulbs, toothbrushes, slow cookers—there’s a multitude of small things we can change for a planet-friendlier lifestyle.