Philadelphia chef, media personality and cookbook author Hope Cohen, an advocate of sustainable living, has some great tips for keeping your meals lean and clean.
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.
Discover which chefs around the US are making foods that are healthy and good for the environment and where you can go to get a taste.
The popularity of the green movement seems to be growing and with so many people becoming involved, new inventions are consistently being developed to promote sustainable living. Learn about the latest inventions from the past decade that are helping to promote green living.
Going green can also translate into saving the green, meaning not just the planet, but money too.
Food’s not just for eating. Discover other ways that food can be beneficial.
Philadelphia-area residents, teachers and professionals who want to learn more about the concepts of green living and how they can be adopted in the Philly area can turn to several organizations that offer classes, courses and programs.
Arboretums, according to Penn State, cultivate trees, shrubs and herbaceous plants for scientific and educational purposes. But these Philadelphia-area attractions are so much more to the residents and tourists who visit them each year.
Water is a necessity for all living things and it is considered to be a renewable resource because it can be reused and we acquire more of it when it rains. We must start being more conservative with its usage, especially in arid regions.
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?
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.