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Literature and documentaries are for Clara Landry, great tools to raise awareness and to educate. That’s why she created the Radical Transition project to offer free new and used books on social and climate justice in partnership with bookstores and publishers.
We all know that some of the best ways to generally reduce your personal carbon footprint in the kitchen is to adopt a more plant-based diet, eat seasonally and locally, and reduce our waste as much as possible. These are all great steps towards an eco-friendly lifestyle, but how about thinking less about what we eat, and more about how we prepare our meals?
Follow me through this article where I share with you a simple and accessible method to keep the abundance of the beautiful season all year round!
When I’m at the market, I always ask myself the same question: where are all the ugly vegetables? When I venture through the farmlands on my bike rides, I find myself wondering how many tons of vegetables couldn’t be harvested this year. Then I think to myself, it’s a good thing that gleaning exists!
The deposit-refund system is something we know well in Canada: all provinces and territories (except Nunavut) have their own system to manage it! But do we know how it started, the advantages and disadvantages or the possible futures held for it? Let’s demystify all these questions together!
For garden enthusiasts, August is a time of abundance. It’s so rewarding to reap the literal fruits of our labours. But if you were ambitious about your spring planting, you may be at a loss when you see the avalanche of zucchinis and the mountain of cherry tomatoes just waiting to be picked from the garden.
Summer is back and with it, an abundance of fruits and vegetables. Here’s to the beautiful tomatoes, zucchini, eggplant, strawberries, raspberries and cantaloupe of our countryside! It’s THE season to eat local, the one we’d like to make last forever.
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