Green Living

MoCreebec Eeyoud Council in Moose Factory, ON/Joshua Russell
Improving energy efficiencies are changing how northern Ontario’s MoCreebec people are taking control of their power consumption.
Waste paper recycling in Holland/Bas Emmen on Unsplash
The broad push towards creating a circular waste economy isn't unique to the United States; it's happening in Canada, too.
Clothing dropped at a charity clothing bin/Anna Gregory
Can renting clothing help reduce the enormous waste generated by the fashion industry?
The Crowds. Photo Credit: Leah Gerber.
As a healthcare practitioner, I always look for practical ways to reduce the impact of stress on my patients. Could a summer music festival be part of the solution?
Volunteers with Hillside's state-of-the-art Trash Turnaround wagon. (M. Ruby)
A near-zero waste community of supportive people bonding over music is Jessica Burman’s kind of place.
Lane Burman with his kids at Hillside. (Photo by J. Burman)
After 10 years, Lane Burman’s love of Hillside remains strong.
Sustainable housing doesn't go far enough. It's time for net zero housing: where more carbon is sequestered than released in a finished building.
Julia Goes Eco youtube channel
One woman's attempt to lead an eco lifestyle - and we all get to watch her journey.
Three days of green living ideas and green learning opportunities
Upcycle
Re-think that pile of waste lumber and renovation extras and create a magical outdoor space.
Unusually warm December temperatures are a welcome, yet eerie change for Toronto Island residents
As a recent transplant to Toronto Island, Jonathan Rotsztain will be documenting his first winter in this unique environment through interviews with seasoned Islanders
R3VOLVED - Assortment
This eco-friendly line of school and office supplies are changing how consumers view recycled plastics.
First Dates with David Miller, A\J AlternativesJournal.ca
WWF Canada and Plug'n Drive team up to create funny videos to educate on EVs
Bicycle commuter riding next to a bus.
Reduce the carbon footprint of your daily travel.
Nursery with shelves, a crib, couch and skylights.
Tips for a healthy, happy baby.
Volunteers serve food at St. John's Kitchen.
The Working Centre, a community skill-building organization in Kitchener, describes how they put their sharing philosophy to work.
Common lilacs make great water-saving flowers for your garden
Reduce water use and maintenance with plants that can handle a little summer neglect.
cleaning with lemon, vinegar, baking soda and borax A\J AlternativesJournal.ca
Ditch the chemicals and deep clean your home the healthy way.