With so many people holiday shopping this time of year, you might think retailers hold all the cards in the winter, but that isn't entirely true.
Launching on Kickstarter last week, Soma is a new company out of San Francisco that aims to make Brita and other plastic water filters obsolete with t...
This frozen yogurt tastes exactly like something you get at Red Mango or Pinkberry: tart, sweet and healthy. Except creamier, richer and cheaper.
Planned obsolescence should become itself an obsolete economic standard. Washing machines should again be built to last decades -- or at least as long as the Hubble Telescope sends back images of our universe.
Within the next three to five years, I envision literally hundreds of devices in the home will be connected: multimedia, thermostats, light switches, security systems, irrigation systems, white goods and automobiles.
The impulse to live lightly, combined with our challenging economic times, is leading to the resurgence of a movement that's been part of the American psyche since our country was founded -- the impulse to fix one's things oneself.
Surprises can be fun, but not when they involve breakdowns, costly repairs, and big bills from plumbers or electricians. Here are some simple ways to avoid making costly mistakes with your appliances
How prepared is your state for the challenges to health and the environment being caused by climate change?
Remember when a day at the beach meant getting away from it all, including the phone? I don't either. While I'm all for disconnecting, that definitely doesn't mean leaving any of my beloved electronics behind.
Consumers are justifiably skeptical about green claims, but once your results start to pile up, you'll have a solid basis from which to tell a great story and excite others toward your cause.
Efficient appliances save energy, reduce energy bills and rates, avoid the need to build new power plants, and save Americans money. It's really that simple.
When your household is purchasing an appliance, don't settle for more efficient when the most efficient model is right there, too, just waiting to help save the climate.
An agreement on energy and water efficiency standards for several appliances will save more than 9 quads, 5 trillion gallons of water, and billions of consumer dollars over the next 30 years.
Whether your farm fits in a window box or spans several acres, ensure a truly green thumb with these Earth-friendly gardening gizmos.
Even though "Cash for Clunkers" is over for cars, more than 60 utilities across the U.S. will be offering money for recycled appliances such as refrigerators, washers, dryers, and more.
I don't have a dryer, and I don't miss it. Tumble dryers for clothing are rare in Europe. They never bit on the 1950's "Leave it to Beaver" style me...