Without a doubt, college students are the future of our country. Who better, then, to get involved when it comes to saving the planet? Earth Day is the perfect time to motivate students, and these seven approaches make it a breeze.
Ever wish you could find an intersection between taking care of the planet and loving animals? Worry not, because these new recycling bins turn your empty bottles into food and water for your favorite furry friends. Even better? It's all free.
If you've ever shopped at a thrift store you know can you score some great finds for a lower price than if you were paying retail, but what if you could find a mall filled with recycled goods? Sweden is the first country to make it happen.
There are a growing number of scholarships aimed at enrolling and current college students who are passionate about going green. College campuses often have good awareness programs that focus on sustainability issues.
Inspired by a documentary, longtime foodie Berlin Kelly thought about how drinking wine could make the world a better place, prompting her to create Proud Pour, a company that pair wines with solutions to local environmental problems.
In our age of minimalism, many of us are hungry for the chance to downsize in every way we can: Less clutter, less old clothing stuffed in the back of our closets, and sometimes, even less living space. Tiny houses are an interesting phenomenon in that they offer an ideal standard of living, just in a very reduced space. Of course, a big barrier many of us feel when it comes considering a tiny home is purely a practical one: If I don't know how to build my own, or I simply don't have the time, what options do I have?