Hey, outdoor-oriented nonprofits, want $50,000? Of course you do. To earn it, you can enter the Greater Outdoors Project, presented by Redwood Creek wines and Planet Green. Each year, nonprofits across the country take to the great outdoors planting
Famous designers are coming together to auction of ocean-inspired pieces to raise funds for coral reefs. As part of SeaWeb's "Too Precious to Wear" Campaign, pieces designed by Frank Gehry and others will be available
You have more than likely heard a bit about the Gray Wolves being placed on (and taken off) the Endangered Species List by the Bush Administration. You may not know that American wolves are not the only
Celebrities, and their various efforts to go green, can be a bit of a mixed bag. On the one hand, it's great that high-profile, highly-visible folks are affecting positive change by both reducing their impact on
Global Green is kicking off the Oscar celebrations with a star-studded pre-Oscar bash. Featuring music from Sheryl Crow and Gavin Rossdale, and celebrity appearances from Orlando Bloom, Leonardo DiCaprio, Penelope Cruz,
Gigabytes for Good is a new initiative launched by neighBORROW and Goods for Good. The two organizations have combined efforts to send used computers to community organizations that care for orphans in Malawi, East Africa.
On Thursday, February 12, over 100 cities around the world will be taking part in Twestivals - Twitter festivals - to help raise awareness and funds for a really good cause helping to bring clean, drinkable water to developing nations.
The gorgeous and green Adrian Grenier, of HBO's Entourage and Planet Green’s Alter Eco, hosted the third annual ball for Charity Water at NYC's Metropolitan Pavilion earlier this month. More than 1,200 guests--including celeb
Here's a fantastic charity idea: give folks in developing nations who are in dire need of transportation access to just about the greenest way to get around there is. We're talking bicycles, of course.
At the end of every election, there is always a leftover pile of buttons, signs, banners, broken and elated hearts. This year was no different than any other, and while many states had recycle programs to help clean-up the
Attention green music fans—how much do you love rock music? Are you such a huge Clapton fan that you'd clothe yourself in his guitar's byproducts? Do you love Queen enough to press that which guitarist Brian May's
It's that time of year when non-profits of every environmental stripe come looking for donations, and not surprisingly I've already seen gift guides, requests to "adopt" animals, purchase green holiday cards and plain old-fashioned
The Bivouac project—I think that's what it was called—was a scheme, from aeons ago, whereby a bunch of mountaineers organised for their fellow adventurers to donate old outerwear jackets and sleeping bags, those gathering dust in garages,
There are some deep souls that are always thinking of others, and when the giving season rolls around, it’s the greater good that tops their lists. The only problem? "The greater good" is not exactly easy to wrap. But we've tracked
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TripAdvisor found a unique way to earn itself some PR by donating $1 million to charity—and letting users vote online on where the money went. The "More than Footprints" program (not to be confused with carbon footprints)