Eileen Gunn

Eileen Gunn┬┐s Green Money column, a look at the money side of all kinds of environmental issues, appears weekly on TheStreet.com. Eileen has been a freelance writer and editor for more than seven years. She writes about careers, real estate, consumer topics and personal finance. Her work has also appeared in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, US News & World Report, Worth, Smart Money, Best Life, Business 2.0, Working Mother and other publications. She also spent several years as a reporter for Fortune magazine.

Recent Articles By The Author

Disney's Stunt Is No Help to the Planet

Disney unveils an environmental publicity stunt for its latest movie, a cynical move.

Cities: Better for Green Living Than Suburbs

More people would choose to live in cities, which are more conducive to green living, if housing was easier to find.

Labeling Holds Product Makers Accountable

SC Johnson is among companies trying to make ingredient lists easier to understand.

Recession Turns Suburbs Into Wastelands

As retailers close stores and homeowners abandon foreclosed properties, the environmental damage is becoming clear.

'Smart Grid' Would Empower Consumers

Exelon, Whirlpool and Google are exploring smart-grid technology, which could change the way we use power.