There are so many benefits to making less garbage, but did you know that reducing carbon emissions was one of them? It's true - cutting your waste is a climate action.
Sharon Roy took the Junction Creek Stewardship Committee's Plastic Challenge, and shared this picture of one week of waste, which she took to the Terra Cycle drop-off at the Nickel Refillery, to be recycled.Read more
My name is Dann Kingsley, I’m a car nut, though to be honest I know we come in various shapes and colours.
|I was warned by my gearhead friends “Oh we’ll be coming to get you when you run out of charge.”; “You won’t have the range to go anywhere.” And of course “Battery cars don’t work in the cold, not up here in the north.” None of that happened.|
Did you know that heating our homes with methane gas (natural gas) is the second biggest source of emissions in our community? Reducing your home's heating needs is an important way to reduce carbon emissions.
Lynn Despatie’s bakfiet bicycle is her ‘van,’ transporting kids, groceries, garden supplies and much more.
Lynn Despatie didn’t think a bicycle could be a primary mode of transportation until she became a mother. She shares the story of how cycling became her main way of getting around.
Walking and biking are an important part of family life for Olathe and Stephen MacIntyre and their two boys
Olathe MacIntyre chose a family home within walking distance of work, school, downtown and greenspaces to make it easy to use sustainable transportation.
James and Josee Morin raise their four children and make their livelihood on their family farm, Kipling Ridge Farms, down the highway in Verner. Using Regenerative Agriculture brings benefits for their farm, their community, and the environment. James tells us more.
Food forests grow food, community, habitats, and healthy soil. Carrie Regenstrief of Sudbury Shared Harvest tells us about Greater Sudbury’s Food Forests.Read more
What do you do if you want to grow food, but have nowhere to grow it? You can join a community garden!