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Green Boutique Closing

Green boutique announces closing with big discount sale on eco-friendly items

By Joel Luks

It seemed that One Green Street was primed to bloom into a retailer that was more than a shopping destination, particularly after the boutique moved from its original location in West University to ...

Guilt-free luxury

Seeing green at CITYCENTRE: Mixed-use development takes big eco-conscious steps

By Promoted Series Correspondent

If you want to see a pioneer in the green movement, look no further than CITYCENTRE, Houston's premier destination for dining, shopping, living and working.  The whole mixed-use develo ...

One bin for all

Innovative recycling program is on fast track after Houston wins $1 million Bloomberg prize

By Whitney Radley

From hundreds of entries, Houston made it to the top 20 finalists for its submission to Bloomberg Philanthropies Mayors Challenge, "Total Reuse — One Bin For All." It's a simple ...

Your chance to vote

Recycle power: Houston in the running for Bloomberg's $5 million Mayors Challenge prize

By Whitney Radley

Back in November, the City of Houston was selected as one of 20 finalists for the Bloomberg Philanthropies Mayors Challenge, a competition for a $5 million grand prize that will help a city impleme ...

Fresh Air Friday: A Picnic on the Plaza

Jones Plaza

Fresh Air Friday, now in its 11th year, is a lunchtime picnic and live concert that promotes clean air alternatives and educates on ways to minimize their carbon footprint. The event will also educ


Clean your home and your body with the same soap? Local company makes going natural easy

By Whitney Radley

The chemicals that we put on, around and inside of our bodies on a daily basis can be detrimental to our health. That's a fact that Allison Monteith Evans learned the hard way, when a ...

Sustainable Houston

An electric city of the future: New hybrid, drive-share fleet speeds up Houston's green zoom

By Joel Luks

Charging ahead into an eco-happy future, Mayor Annise Parker is touting a city-owned fleet of electric and hybrid vehicles that just got a tech upgrade — and a green boost. In partnership ...

Earth Day Breakfast

Mayor Annise Parker vows to make Houston known for being green as much as oil and gas

By Whitney Radley

At Hermann Square Park, under a sky threatening rain, Mayor Annise Parker hosted her second annual Earth Day Breakfast on Thursday morning, with delectable treats from Shade and Canopy Caterin ...

The PERC Test

Inside the "green" dry cleaning craze: 3 ways to tell if it's real or more greenwashing

By Dillon Sorensen

It seems that dry cleaners have been riding the green wave in Houston this year. Countless dry cleaning businesses have recently rebranded themselves as being “eco-friendly.” But as ...

GE on Tour

Making energy-efficient light bulbs more pleasing to the eye: Enter the Lighting Revolution

By Dillon Sorensen

When it comes to “going green,” one of the first steps that many consumers take is changing out their light bulbs for more energy efficient options. It makes sense: eco-friendly fluores ...

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