Who doesn’t love Etsy, the online megastore of independent craftspeople and artists? You can find clothing, jewelry, toys, housewares, and just about anything you can think of (and maybe a few thinks you would have otherwise never have thought existed).… Read More
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Dear EarthTalk: A friend of mine recently stopped using skin and beauty products with parabens in them. What are parabens and should we all be avoiding them? –– Betsy Johnson, Port Chester, NY First commercialized in the 1950s, parabens are… Read More
More than 1.3 billion people around the world live without electricity. Another 1 billion endure prolonged periods without power, up to 18 hours per day. Most of them are in the developing world in countries such as Nepal. In that… Read More
Looking for a creative (yet low-impact) way to say “I love you” this Valentine’s Day? Look no further. Forget convenience store chocolates or expensive roses that wilt in a day. If you really want to gain some points with your… Read More
Time is quickly running out on 2012, and that means it’s time for top 10 lists! The best part about writing for a clean technology website is introducing readers to cool gadgets that make it easier to tread lightly on… Read More
The United States, with 5 percent of the earth’s population, uses 30 percent of all paper — by far the largest per capita paper consumption rate for any country on the planet. In fact, we waste more paper than anything… Read More
Apple products might represent the cutting edge of mobile technology, but that doesn’t mean they’re the opposite of everything that’s natural and organic. Sometimes the minimalist aesthetic of Apple iPads and other products melds well with a raw, unpolished look.… Read More