Here's how Jamie and Ingrid Kwong converted an old fisherman's shack into a sustainable Australian beach house.
TerraCycle helps you recycle batteries and cigarette butts with its free shipping programs.
These six sunscreens protect your skin without harming the ocean and vulnerable coral reefs.
Costco is dropping the Polish dog for acai bowls and soy protein salads.
When it comes to plastic bags, one question persists: Are they recyclable, or not?
Tsumoru Shintake has invented a turbine that converts wave energy into clean electricity currently powering hotels.
These seven Etsy shops from around the world offer an impressive range of cruelty-free products you can feel good about putting on your face.
A new report shares why decentralized energy grids will power the homes of the future and make a major difference in the lives of those in developing countries currently with limited or zero access to electricity.
Starbucks and McDonalds are working together to rethink to-go cups and inviting others to join them in creating eco-friendly packaging in an effort to reduce waste and environmental impact.
This town in Long Island is using leftover shells from local restaurants to build a "living" barrier reef.
Starbucks, Marriott, and Portland are banning them, but why are straws bad?
A new report finds that meat and dairy producers are on track to surpass the oil industry's greenhouse gas emissions.
A shocking number of fish caught goes to waste, according to a new report.
Adidas is going to exclusively use recycled plastics for their products by 2024, similar to the athletic wear they sell through a collaboration with Parley. 41 percent of polyester they use in their upcoming lineup next year will be recycled.
Long day at the beach and forgot to reapply sunscreen? Essential oils are a natural remedy for sunburn and can provide healing, cooling, and anti-inflammatory properties to relieve damaged skin that's been in the sun all day.
Make your coffee pod habit more sustainable with these reusable K-cups.
Skip the single-use plastic and products that increase your carbon footprint as you travel. Pack gear you can bring on your next trip you don't have to feel guilty about using.
Green Toys makes beach pails, rockets, and Sesame Street gardening kits out of recycled plastic milk jugs.