- Watch the actress and co-founder of The Honest Company share her commitment to providing new moms with safe, design-driven, eco-friendly products.
For consumers, the little things add up -- like 3-foot-long receipts or plastic packages that take 10 minutes to pry open.
The Sustainable Apparel Coalition's Higg Index 2.0 is a dynamic Web resource for the fashion supply chain.
Healthy, easy to raise and efficient, insects serve as a surprisingly smart alternative to livestock.
Launched in a garage in 2007, this toy maker is finding mainstream success with recycled-plastic rocket ships and tea sets at Nordstrom and beyond.
Tools from these startups can make traveling easier and greener while using resources that are already available.
Replacing toxic chemicals in the soaps, cleaners and shampoos we use everyday too often replaces a "devil you know" with a lesser-known substance.
The Fish 2.0 competition matches social entrepreneurs with investors in an effort to improve ocean sustainability.
Ambitious initiatives look beyond standard regulations to make consumer products safer and more sustainable.
Can Johnson and Johnson's new Tumblr campaign get more consumers to recycle bottles from their bathrooms?
Innovators from NRG Energy and Nest Labs talk about bringing intelligence to energy management in homes and throughout the electrical grid.
It’s just a simple label, after all. How can it be transformational?
Here's how some of the biggest toy brands are making strides toward protecting the planet's natural resources.
The tech titan details how its new Air tablet is more resource-efficient than its predecessors.
3D printing isn't always green, but with the right materials it can reduce waste and energy use.
Can the retail giant and the UL Environment brand out-Walmart Walmart?
What you sell needs to reflect your commitment to sustainability, and that can bring you increased business to boot.
Companies shift greener despite low consumer demand.
The nonprofit's new executive director weighs in on whether China's manufacturing sector is ready for sustainability standards.
Unclear labels on food packaging are causing amazing amounts of waste. Here's how to fix it.
Chemical-free products may be impossible, but a new tool aims to help better manage the supply chain.