You can’t fool Mother Nature. Knowing your area’s hardiness zone is probably one of the most important things to know when you embark on planting your own
Earth Day is Sunday, April 22, and 2 NEWS Today has compiled a list of local events and volunteer opportunities.
Geothermal systems have evolved throughout the years making it easier for home owners to have them installed.
As the new year begins, Vermont is joining New York, Pennsylvania and South Carolina in instituting laws banning electronic waste from landfills, bringing to
The holidays are fast approaching and we're all always looking for ways to save money on gifts or just in general. A new site has sprouted featuring
If you want to travel green this holiday, take the bus or train, but if you must fly, stick with economy seating, according to the Union of Concerned
Whether you've been naughty or nice, we've got some advice on making your red, silver and gold decorations... green.
The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) provides numerous tax incentives for individuals to invest in energy-efficient products. Find out how you can
Don't get the winter weather bill blues. Learn how to save some green.
This is a little early for a cold snap, but with temperatures possibly dropping into the upper 30s later this week plenty of people will turn on the heat. The
Smoothies are an excellent way to keep cool and add some variety and nutrition to your diet. Celebrity chef Rocco DiSpirito has introduced numerous healthy recipes using greens.
U.S. Energy Secretary Steven Chu wants to paint the town white. At a climate change symposium in London, Chu said that painting roofs white would be part of a "new revolution" to
Staying cool and comfortable as the mercury climbs doesn't mean you have to install big ticket items like central air. Follow some of these ideas to achieve
Getting a haircut or massage may not seem very Earth Day friendly, But if you've ever been to Square One Salon in Downtown Dayton, you would know differently.
Mr. Jalopy's workshop is full of gadgets that he has reworked to have completely new uses. Once his backyard hobby, the "Maker Movement" has turned into a