5 Ways to Green Your Kitchen

During the month of April, as we celebrate all that is wonderful about our planet, we challenge you to green every room of your house—starting with the room that holds a very special place in our hearts, the kitchen.  We … Continue reading

5 family-friendly ways to live greener without spending a dime

Diligent environmentalism is an attitude the next generation needs to embrace and what better way to teach our kids to be eco friendly than to make it eco fun? Living a green lifestyle can be expensive, case-in-point: organic food, energy … Continue reading

3 Ways to plan an eco friendly spring break

The words eco friendly and spring break aren’t often used in the same sentence. Media depictions of booze-filled, hedonistic college trips are in regular rotation during this time of year. Fortunately, not everyone is planning seven days of debauchery in … Continue reading

Buy what you need. Use what you buy.

Are you one of the millions of Americans throwing away money on food you don’t eat, electricity you don’t enjoy and possessions you don’t need? In its report, “The Food Wastage Footprint,” the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization estimated that … Continue reading

10 reasons why lemon and baking soda are all you need under the sink

It’s common knowledge that lemon and baking soda are must-haves for cocktails (lemons-only please), cookies and cakes; but did you know that these two ingredients are also green cleaning powerhouses? Alone they each have their own benefits: lemon is a … Continue reading

Spotlight on Sustainable Business: Pure House

    Calling all creatives, innovators, social change agents, scientists, designers, systems architects, artists, technologists and entrepreneurs in New York City: you’re being summoned to Pure House, our newest community partner and the focus of this month’s sustainable business spotlight. … Continue reading