Considerations For 'Going Green' at Home

Making the commitment to going fully green at home is huge, however there are certain things you should know first, such as what it truly means to go green, your home's energy expenditure, and your carbon footprint.

Create a Wildlife Condominium in Your Own Backyard

Building your own wildlife habitat in the style of a brush pile can be fun and easy. It can also help with several problems at once—where to dispose of clippings and branches, how to provide shelter for wildlife, and how to lower our carbon footprint are all solved in this one simple addition to your garden.

What's the Greenest Can of Paint?

We are inundated with green messages that can sometimes be confusing or misleading. This phenomenon is especially true when it comes to the paint industry. There is much talk about No-VOC and Low-VOC paints, but what is the truth behind it?

Top Car Sharing Cities in America

As gas prices continue to rise, so does car sharing. Walk Score lists the top 10 car share cities in North America.  

Compost: The Other Prize from the Business End of a Chicken

Eggs aren't the only things that come from the business end of a chicken. But with a little time and materials, and even less ingenuity, the rest can set you up with a free and steady supply of valuable organic fertilizer.

Celebrate Earth Day ... At Home

Cam considers the environmental implications of different forms of transportation and urges people to stop flying!

Calculating Your Carbon Footprint

Calculate your personal carbon footprint and compare your total to both the average per capita footprint worldwide and the average footprint in the United States.