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The end of the year brings many celebrations, but with it, consumption. With the tradition of decorating, gift-giving and holiday feasts, the environmental footprint of the holiday season can quickly reach new heights. Here are a few ideas to make your festivities easier on the planet.
Reduce your environmental footprint on a daily basis? It’s easy with the eco-friendly kit offered by the Fonds Éco IGA in partnership with Earth Day!
Does any action we take, no matter how small, as long as it respects the environment, makes us an eco-responsible person? Let’s take a closer look at that!
Buying locally allows us to reduce our environmental footprint. Here is a profile of these great locals behind the amazing 100% Quebec-made products that make up the eco-friendly product kits for the 2021 tour.
For a few years now, I’ve been wondering whether we should change our family traditions and transition to a more vegetarian Christmas dinner. And since Christmas will be different from other years in some ways in 2020, why not take the opportunity to change more of our traditions? Without further ado, here are some mouth-watering recipes for a vegetarian Christmas feast!
Did you know that more than 550,000 tons of wrapping paper and gift bags are thrown out in Canada in a single year? So, where should you start if you want to celebrate in a less polluting way? Hopefully, my tricks and alternative wrapping methods will make you want to give a gift to the planet this year by celebrating the holidays in a greener way!
I can’t speak for you, but since the pandemic started, I’ve come to master the art of filling carts on multiple low-cost clothing sites. Recently, I started questioning the impact that my consumption of clothing—which could be labelled fast fashion—has on the environment. What really happens when you buy cheap clothing from across the world?
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