Eco-Friendly Tips For Removing Snow And Ice This Winter

As snow and ice start to accumulate it's important to find a way to keep the slippery conditions under control. Here are a few eco-friendly tips to remove snow and ice this winter.

Dishwasher vs. Hand Washing: Which is a Better Option?

The debate continues over whether hand washing dishes is more energy and cost effective than using a dishwasher and the answer is pretty clear.

Don’t Let Cold Weather Slow You Down This Season

Before you jump off the treadmill, remember there's no reason to put your fitness routine on hold once the cooler temps kick in. Here are a few tips to keep you safe, warm and active as the days get colder.

3 American Cities Are Now Running Completely on Renewable Energy

Imagine if the United States was run entirely on clean, renewable energy. Three cities have already paved the way by showing that the transition to renewable energy can be a reality.

Trash Alternatives That Give Your Old Clothes a Second Life

Americans are buying more clothing than ever and are recycling only about 15 percent. A few businesses are using innovative approaches to sharing before throwing, making it simple to give your old clothes a new life.

10 Life Hacks to Reduce Your Plastic Waste

Americans are on a roll, creating more plastic waste than ever. The largest amount of plastics is found in containers and packaging, but you can also find plastic in just about everything else including furniture, diapers, cups, phones, and clothing.

Microbead Meltdown

Microbeads have been all over the news recently, and their claim to fame isn't one to be proud of. These tiny synthetic plastic particles, generally made from polyethylene, are wreaking havoc on our environment.

Doctors Say This Drink Destroys Your Bones From The Inside And Harms Every Organ On Its Way Out

Most sodas are a carbonated cocktail of additives and chemicals mixed together to trick your taste buds into thinking it's a sweet treat.

Lori Alper