Though the competition was tough, these local businesses deserve praise for their contributions to the Main Line's eco-friendly initiatives.
Power-assisted pedaling means this isn't your average spin around the block.
The civic organization brings out the best in the Radnor community, and intends to keep it that way.
The Kennett Square retirement community stays on the cutting edge of green technology with its LEED-certified residences.
Locavore doesn't have to be merely a foodie term. Locally sourced energy initiatives are infiltrating the Main Line community and beyond.
The Kennett Square treasure was founded with conservation in mind, and recent efforts are ensuring those values aren't lost on younger generations.
Wouldn't it be nice to have stylish home furnishings that were as sustainable as they are pretty? Enter Greenable.
From floor to ceiling, local businesses are getting the royal green treatment with the help of MLCC's Go Green Committee.
Don't even think about placing your cans and cups in trash cans. The Recycle-A-Lot helps Philly sports fans find an eco-friendly solution to trash, one tailgate at a time.
Solar power isn't just a look-good, feel-good update for your home. It's a renewable energy mainstay, and it just got a big boost in Malvern.
Sick of seeing so many recyclable cups and napkins tossed into the trash, four 13-year-olds puts their heads together to develop a solution. And if all goes according to plan, it might be part of ...
Thirteen people who celebrate Earth Day every day with their commitment to preservation and innovation.
Reflecting ponds, exotic flora and stunning hardscaping make these outdoor retreats well worth the effort.
From chewing gum to clothing lines, local residents are making waves from coast to coast.
A thing strip of material with endless possibilities. It's the innovation that two West Chester businessmen hope will change your wallet for good.
Made without high-fructose corn syrup, phosphoric acid or caffeine, the bubbly from two local entrepreneurs is taking over soda fountains, one by one.
The Bryn Mawr furniture designer used to be a best-kept secret, until he gained international acclaim.
From ales to stouts and everything in between, the area's brewery scene is home to some of the nation's top libations.
With earrings, necklaces and hats in her design arsenal, she's no stranger to a healthy dose of color and style.