The environmentally conscious clothing company has already made improvements in fabric, and now it's beginning to replace synthetic dyes with natural solutions. So, how will this impact consumers? Expect some changes on the shelves.
NASA’s newest project with researchers from the agriculture department at The University of Arizona could be a defining development in the way astronauts are able to sustain themselves on a vegetarian diet while working in deep space.
Juice cleanses sound like an easy fix after too many nights spent ordering greasy takeout and going to one too many happy hours, but the truth is there is no magical food or smoothie that will magically cleanse or detoxify your body.
Safety is everything when it comes to choosing a car seat, but there's more to consider than just crash safety. Here's how to manage these important and under-discussed factors and choose a car seat that's right for you.
The popularity of wheat-based meat replacements is driving the wheat protein market through the roof—to what is expected to be a whopping $2.15 billion dollar industry by 2025. Here's what you need to know about these animal-free options.
Composting reduces household waste by up to 50 percent, prevents air pollution, retains moisture, and closes the nutrient cycle. There's a compost system to fit any lifestyle—which one is perfect for you? We'll help you break it down.
Uber and ChargePoint have the ability to improve commuting in the next three years with flying taxis and the technology needed to fuel them efficiently.
As a parent, it's only natural to feel protective. Keeping kids clean and making sure that they use hand sanitizer might seem like the obvious way to go. But according to new research, getting dirty is an important part of childhood.
Between the low cost of construction, ease of maintenance, and reducing energy use up to 90 percent, the use of passive homes continues to attract eco-friendly consumers looking for a cost-effective home they can enjoy without breaking the bank.
Eco-friendly children's programming is important, but kids can also get a lot out of shows that were not made specifically for them. Here are five eco-focused documentaries on Netflix to watch with your kids, available to stream right now.
Americans toss about 80 billion pounds of food into the garbage every year. Luckily, there are several easy preserving methods anyone can use to extend the shelf-life of the perishable food they buy, saving both money and the planet.
Apple, one of the biggest tech giants around, has set themselves extremely high goals to create their products and packaging with 100 percent reusable resources. Without a doubt, Apple going green sets the standard for the tech industry at large.
Aquaponics is revolutionizing the way we grow food commercially and at home. Never heard of it before? Don't worry: Here are the basics for how you can build your own aquaculture setup at home, suitable for any budget.
Delicious breakfast cereals have been a staple of American diets for a long time. But many cereals are loaded with excess sugar, refined carbs, and are made from processed grains, which means their nutritional value is sorely lacking.
The University of Cambridge is studying the phenomenon of wax worms digesting plastics, which typically takes centuries to degrade, in a matter of hours. Here's how this could have a huge impact on the environment and plastic waste.
Etsy, the popular marketplace for handmade items, was once known only as a place for crafters to sell their wares. But these days, many Etsy shops are booming small businesses that sell unique, sometimes one-of-a-kind products.
Packaged cleaning products can be overly specific, way too expensive, and exceedingly harmful to our health. Luckily, there isn’t a commercial cleaner on earth you can’t make yourself with very basic, eco-friendly household products.
We are what we eat. And when it comes to chickens, what they eat—or more specifically, what they forage— has a whole lot to do with the health of the eggs they lay. So how do you know which decision is best for you?