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Intersectional environmentalism takes a holistic approach to examining the issues that face people and our planet. It explores the ways in which marginalized communities are disproportionately affected by challenges such as climate change, highlighting that environmentalism must also consider culture...
Canadian designer, manufacturer and retailer of furniture and home goods, EQ3 has been long committed to sustainability in the home decor and furniture industry. The company has recently announced a new commitment to becoming a circular company, with a new...
To understand how Nestlé has affected Canadian waters and Indigenous communities, we have to look back and understand that our “great nation” wasn’t built fairly, and how our peoples and natural resources continue to be exploited. Canada is glamorized. We have...
Salina Derish is the founder and CEO of PickEco Refills, a zero-waste grocery store in downtown Chilliwack, B.C. PickEco allows customers to refill products rather than repurchase, making it simpler and more accessible to live, eat and shop sustainably. PickEco sells...
One of these organizations is Canada’s own Greenlid, which is revolutionizing what it means to be green with its sustainable and compostable alternatives to single-use plastics. Single-use plastics make up most plastic litter found in freshwater environments in Canada, with 15...
A rose by any other name would smell as sweet—but it would still be one of the most toxically grown crops on the planet. Actually, most conventionally grown flowers are. Flower sales exceed $40 billion a year, making them a coveted...
Mom might insist she doesn’t need anything other than good kids and a happy family for Mother’s Day, but go ahead and spoil her on May 9th anyway. There isn’t a mom in the world who couldn’t use a little...
At some point, everyone has experienced the mystery of the disappearing sock. Eaten by the dryer, left behind in a locker room, lost while traveling—socks have a habit of abandoning their mates to venture out on solo adventures. But there’s...
If you’re looking for a vegan alternative, or wanting to try something new, try this Blueberry Sage Tofu Cheezeball, made with frozen blueberries and no animal products. 1 cup frozen blueberries 5 large fresh sage leaves, finely chopped 1 tbsp fresh lemon juice 1...
There are loads of great edibles that thrive in small spaces and containers, so you can enjoy the benefits even if you don’t have a lot of room. All you really need to start a garden this summer are a...
The fight against climate change cannot be underestimated. But, especially with Earth Day being April 22, this month was filled with good environmental news, including many companies and governments making commitments for the betterment of the planet. While the climate...
The work to save our home must be put in by every level of society, from individuals to businesses to governments. It will take a conscious and consistent effort by every party to take action for the betterment of the...
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