Collaborative consumption has generated a greener way of enjoying one of our favorite toys.
This solar science kit effortlessly convinces children to exercise their sense of creativity all while enjoying the magic of renewable energy
In a world of battery-powered plastic toys, Imagen Exploration Tools invite children to open their minds to new discoveries.
Can’t afford that new bamboo floor or eco-remodel? Consider the Solar Powered Bamboo Dollhouse from Hape for your child, the ultimate eco-home in miniature.
This DIY project provides a great opportunity to teach your child about the wonders of solar power!
Lego offers everything your little clean-energy developer needs—a wind turbine and a truck to haul it out to a windy spot to set up shop.
A PlanToys dollhouse uses natural materials like organic rubberwood and natural vegetable dyes, and it has a solar panel, wind turbine and more.
Using recycled HDPE, Green Toys has created a line of playthings that look to be both safe and sustainable.
Kikkerland’s sun-powered Swarovski crystal creates prisms of light that will delight jaded grownups, grumpy grandpas and fussy felines in equal measure.
Berty & Masha have expanded their solar powered toy collection on Etsy, offering a Solar Powered Wooden Helicopter Toy that uses the sun’s power to spin the rotor.
The Windbaby miniature vertical-axis wind turbine concept by U.K. designer Rob Hankin just might be the perfect gift for the desktop wind turbine enthusiast.