Going Green in Your Home
Low-VOC paint, hybrid cars, organic fruits and vegetables: Learn what's worth it for going green, and what's not
It's never been easier—or, in some cases, cheaper—to green your family Toting a stainless-steel water bottle is practically a playground requirement. But because there are so many opportunities, it's hard not to feel like a sustainability slacker. Here's the thing: You don't have to. “It's important to protect your family but some measures are still very costly and others may not be justified,” says pediatrician Lawrence Rosen, M.D., founder of the Whole Child Center, in Oradell, NJ. So we asked experts to help us produce a sanity-saving guide to the best eco buys.