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Autumn is just around the corner, and the change of colours makes me crave almost daily for my favourite fruits: tomatoes. This recipe is intended to rescue not very fresh tomatoes and transform them into a tasty pasta sauce. A fresh home-made pasta recipe is proposed but feel free to use as well regular bought pasta…Especially that forgotten portion still lying in the fridge!
Whether you’re going for a quick (or slow) jog, cooking a tasty risotto or cleaning up your office, listening to a podcast is a great way to get out of your head and discover all kinds of inspiring environmental info. And the best part is that there are podcasts for everyone! Get those headphones on because Earth Day is about to reveal a selection of 3 podcasts that will expand your environmental horizons.
Becoming vegetarian or at least reducing your meat consumption is one of the most effective personal actions you can take to protect our planet. Intensive fishing and industrial meat farming are currently creating a real environmental disaster. So, how does it really make a difference when you pay attention to what you put on your plate?
Batteries! They’ve been part of your everyday life for as long as you can remember. In your remote controls, laptops, game consoles, or other portable electronic devices – they’re everywhere! But do you have the fully story on your batteries and what happens to them after recycling with Call2Recycle? We’re here to give you the scoop!
Honey bees, wasps, bumblebees, beetles, butterflies, and some birds all have something in common. They are the invisible little hands that work to transport pollen from one plant to another as they forage, allowing plants to fertilize and bear fruit.
Today, in order to mark the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, the organization Earth Day Canada is promising Canadians across the country a day jam-packed with activities, while maintaining full respect of the public health directives issued to address the COVID-19 pandemic.
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