Many ordinary New Yorkers are working hard to make New York City and the world a greener place. Here are three unsung environmental heroes who are dedicating their lives to sustainable causes.
Learn which celebrities are building a sustainable future with efforts towards being green and educating the public about environmental issues.
Don’t let the excuse of not being at home cause you to make less eco-friendly decisions. Here are some things you can do at work to ensure you keep up your earth-friendly habits.
There are many ways to reuse items around your house. Being creative can save you money and reduce your waste. Learn about which everyday products can be reused or serve another purpose before throwing them away.
More and more people are becoming vegetarians or vegans these days, because of health reasons or just wanting to live a more animal-friendly lifestyle. What should you consider before becoming a vegetarian? Read on to find out.
Here are five natural spots, accessible by public transportation, that offer a new way to explore New York’s five boroughs.
Staying warm this winter can take a huge chunk out of your family’s budget. Thankfully, even if you are renting, there are some easy ways to reduce your heat bill and cut back on the amount of energy used in your home.
Whether looking for trendy new furniture or repurposed items to furnish your home, it is easy to find environmentally friendly furnishing that can fit nearly every New Yorker’s budget.
When trying to determine what is best for the environment, there are several options we are faced with. Here are some helpful and simple pointers to lead a greener lifestyle.
Water is a necessity for all living things and it is considered to be a renewable resource because it can be reused and we acquire more of it when it rains. We must start being more conservative with its usage, especially in arid regions.
Get ideas about what types of foods are fun and healthy for your child so you can ensure even the pickiest eaters are getting their nutrition.
Learn about the different architects that are utilizing their creative skills to develop green infrastructure throughout the US.
Water is a precious resource and we should not waste it. Learn how to clean your clothes efficiently without racking up the energy and water bills.
Recycling does not have to be limited to the paper, cardboard and other recyclables New York City picks up alongside the trash. Here are three programs that take recycling to the next level, helping New Yorkers cut down on their carbon imprint and keep recyclable resources from the city’s landfills.
Home landscapers and gardeners can benefit from some of the best expertly developed practices currently being used to transform New York City’s public urban park spaces into environmentally friendly green oases.