While water bottles may tout BPA-free labels and personal care products declare phthalates not among their ingredients, these assurances may not be enough. According to a new study, we may be exposed to these chemicals in our diet, even if our diet is … Continue reading →
For a group of artists, scrap metal, bits of rubber, discarded paint cans and empty water bottles are all just waiting to be transformed not only into works of art, but also statements about serious environmental issues.
To recycle or not to recycle: That’s the dilemma you face when you’re ready to toss out the plastic cap that came on your soda or water bottle. For years, recycling programs across the country have told their residents that plastic bottle caps could not be recycled curbside with their other plastics and instead, should [...] Continue reading →
If you’re looking for an eco-friendly case for your iPad 2, look no further. The Bionic iPad 2 Case from Seattle-based manufacturer Brenthaven will give you the durability and sustainability you’re looking for. The design is so chic and functional, you’d never guess it’s made from recycled plastic bottles. The case is the first of [...] Continue reading →
Noah Garrison, Project Attorney, Santa Monica When your friends create a hit sitcom, you learn very quickly to be careful how much detail about your life you share with them – let slip something embarrassing and it’s likely to end up on TV…. Continue reading →
Editor’s Note: A few weeks ago, our friends at Yahoo! invited us to take part in the How Good Grows campaign. The premise was simple: Start a ripple of kindness and see where it goes. To spur on the challenge, Yahoo! gave us $100 to spend how we saw fit. Our Managing Editor took to [...] Continue reading →
Photos by Jeff Kart So I spent the weekend at Lollapalooza, along with another 200,000 or so people, rocking out to headliners like Green Day, The Strokes and Lady Gaga. And I noticed something. For the most part, people were doing the right thing: Rec… Continue reading →