Get ideas about what types of foods are fun and healthy for your child so you can ensure even the pickiest eaters are getting their nutrition.
Discover which environmentalists, environmental activists and green organizations are worth following on Twitter and what you can learn from each.
Learn how your waste has been affecting the earth and how you can reduce your impact.
How safe are the products we use each day and are there safer alternatives?
Shoppers in Connecticut who want natural, organic, local and non-GMO foods are fortunate in that there are many markets devoted to selling those products and supporting local farmers and artisans.
Like many towns and urban neighborhoods in New England, most of those in Connecticut are built around a central green. Simply having homes facing what is essentially a big open lawn or park, however, does not make a neighborhood green. It takes more than that, and there are a number of towns and cities in the state that have embraced the idea of going green.
Public transportation saves fuel and tax dollars, creates jobs and eases the damage done to the environment. Keep Connecticut green with these environmentally friendly ways of getting around.
Many parents rely on big companies to create baby food that contains all of the necessary nutrition. Find out ways to make homemade baby food that is both healthy for your baby and the earth.
Consumers today have a heightened awareness of where their coffee is grown, their bananas are picked and where their scarves are sewn. The Fair Trade Movement and labeling and certification process seeks to shed light on supply chain processes to ensure sustainable manufacturing, packaging and distributing.
Understand the purification system that turns our waste water into drinking water and how safe it is to consume.