Is renting or owning your home better for the environment? It depends on your tolerance for investment risk and more importantly, on the home in question.
House & Home
Greening Where You Live
Daylight harvesting—using automated lights and sensors to switch between ambient and artificial lighting—can keep your electric bills down and your mood up.
Homeowners are discovering that chemical-free household cleaners can do just as good a job as their commercial chemical-laden counterparts in today’s contemporary kitchens.
Backyard Project Ideas: Upgrade your little slice of heaven with these green backyard project techniques that anybody can accomplish….
Concrete is one of the most versatile and strongest materials for construction. But have you ever considered that it’s also an eco-friendly “green” material? Precast concrete, in particular, is environmentally friendly in a variety of ways.
Green home remodeling is about preserving resources and protecting the environment. But practicality doesn’t have to take precedence over beauty.
Flowers add color and gaiety to any special occasion and are a time-honored way to say thank you or beautify living spaces. However, cut flowers have become a multi-billion dollar global trade industry with a not so pretty underbelly rooted in where and how they are grown.