This Valentine's Day, instead of giving smarmy greeting cards and overpriced roses, why not commit to a simple act of kindness?
Through the "Me, We, New Dream" mural art project, students explored ways to share resources and reduce their carbon footprints.
New Dream's Ryan Dwyer attempted to drive across the U.S. using collaborative consumption services to share rides and lodging. Here's what happened.
On Sunday, February 17, thousands of Americans will head to Washington, DC for the largest climate rally in history.
A lot of us want to contribute to the world in meaningful ways. Just by taking little steps, you can make more of an impact than you might think.
No matter the extent of your choices, any guilt-free addition to your table is a win-win for you and the planet.
Freedom alone can't be the end-all for Americans. We need to embrace our role as ecological stewards, writes guest blogger Jake Giessman.
Do you really need to own a car "just in case" you have to move every few years? A car-free enthusiast responds to his critics.
The most cherished gifts don't come in fancy packaging or from a trendy store. Guest blogger Sarah Wolpow explains.
A lot of people think knitting and crocheting are for older housewives, but it’s time to drop that stigma.