Green Earth News
Using natural materials that she “hunts and gathers,” artist Rena Detrixhe embroiders and crochets them into contemplative works.
Millions of animals are accidentally killed on US roads every year. Here’s how one company is turning these sad statistics into something useful, beautiful and respectful.
Creating romantic, shabby chic dresses to elegant, layered European-inspired pieces, designer Jacquie Tsang transforms boring thrift store clothing into something unique and stylish.
The Indian solar power market is heating up, really heating up.
Lacking space or gardening skills? This stacking hydroponic garden could help you get more green into your space.
This mobile app aims to promote sustainable practices by merging “physical and digital worlds organically,” connecting real-world activities to in-game play in order to teach people how to grow food.
This successfully crowdfunded low-tech heater uses candles to warm up your space.
New Yorkers, businesses, and the environment can benefit from new bill being considered by New York City to impose 10-cent fee on every disposable plastic and paper bag.
Even though there are human needs year round, Fall tends to bring a heightened awareness of charitable giving. There is however an interesting friction that appears at the intersection of striving to do good for the earth and trying do good for…