Fun fact: Writing a shopping list, learning to pickle, and visiting used bookstores are all great ways to help the planet. Here, we’ve rounded up some relatively unconventional but hugely impactful ways to make your daily routine more eco-friendly.
We know, we know: Bottled water is convenient. But it's also taking a huge toll on our environment, and it's not doing our bodies any favors, to boot. Need convincing? Check out this infographic to learn why we should all ditch the disposables for good.
Go Green
Resolving to be more environmentally-friendly this new year? Start by adding of few of these super easy habits to your daily routine.
It’s time to give Mother Earth a little TLC. From ditching plastic water bottles to a 6-year NASA mission to monitor climate change, check out 10 awesome campaigns putting the planet first.

For millions of people, Christmas trees are an essential part of the holiday season. But which is better for people and the planet: real or fake?

As we load up our tables with festive foods, let's keep the environment in mind. It may not be the sexiest topic out there, but addressing food waste is pretty darn important for the health of communities and planet. Check out these simple, easy tips and tricks for limiting food waste and decreasing your eco footprint.


Eating green is good for the body and for the planet. Read on to learn about 33 environmentally friendly eating trends that are growing in popularity—and learn how you can incorporate some of them into your own eating habits.
Hello Compost, a composting program designed for low-income families in New York City, is gearing up to launch in September. Is urban composting the next big trend?

Farmigo, a San Francisco-based startup, now lets communities in New York and San Francisco sign up to get super-fresh, super-local food deliveries.

A new egg substitute called “Beyond Eggs” is now on sale at Whole Foods in California, and may soon be available worldwide. Find out why one company decided to look outside the organic aisle to promote a twist on the ultimate breakfast staple.

Hamburgers and chicken wings? How last century. Scientists say bugs (yes, bugs) are a nutritious, environmentally sustainable protein source — and we’re all going to start eating them soon.

Wild salmon might be more expensive than farmed, but cost doesn’t always equal benefit. In terms of health and the environment, which is right for you?