Philadelphia-area chefs, bakers and husband-and-wife team John Millard and Amy Beth Edelman share their love of baking and passion for the environment with the Chestnut Hill community.
Paving the way for green living in Philadelphia and surrounding areas, these three individuals volunteer their time and share their knowledge with others in support of a more sustainable community.
Teachers and parents in the Philadelphia area have many options to incorporate outdoor education into their lesson plans through local programs and outdoor education centers.
Ward off cabin fever this holiday season with these budget-friendly escapes just a couple hours from Philly by car, train or bus.
Check out these eco-friendly Philly-area destinations igniting conservation, communities and sustainable travel.
Winter in Philadelphia can be downright bone-chilling, but don’t let plummeting temperatures translate into soaring expenses when it comes to heating your home. Try some of these expert-recommended ideas to save on the cost of staying warm during those cold winter months.
Philadelphia-area residents can minimize their carbon footprint by shopping local for earth friendly and sustainable home furnishings.
Philadelphia’s recycling program not only helps to keep the city and environment clean, it allows residents to earn rewards when they recycle.
How you manage your garden and home landscaping will directly impact its health. Plan now to implement sustainable gardening practices so that when the warmer weather rolls around, you will be ready to better conserve and protect the natural resources right in your own backyard.
The Philadelphia area’s top green businesses don’t just focus on eco-friendly practices, they embrace across-the-board sustainable practices, including operations, hiring and training and involvement in the community.
For fabulous food with a twist of fun, check out these variations on a tried-and-true favorite as Philly “does the mashed potato.”
From salsa to bachata and merengue, you can dance the night away at one of Philly’s top Latin dance clubs.
Public transportation plays a vital role in making the city of Philadelphia and the surrounding region more sustainable. Resort to these options when looking to make your commute throughout the Philadelphia area greener.
Local markets allow Philadelphia communities – even those without traditional supermarkets – to provide families, schools and restaurants with easy access to locally grown, fresh and organic foods.
Because they offer easy access to public transportation, local sources for fresh, natural and organic foods, green spaces, walkable communities and even sustainable housing options, some neighborhoods stand out as Philly’s greenest.