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On June 21st, Earth Day Canada unveiled Tomorrow’s Forest—Green Infrastructure, a new collaborative project. Its objective: to rethink the development of our agricultural territories in Quebec to improve our resilience to climate change. The time has come to explain how!
Sustainable mobility, it’s not just a matter of limiting the ever-concerning pollution and CO2 emissions. It’s also a matter of accessing essential services, being able to participate in community life and being autonomous on a daily basis. So, it’s important to move differently, especially in the countryside!
It’s undeniable that the ecological transition is here and more and more individuals are joining the movement. When I say individuals, I’m including children because they’re well aware of the environmental challenges we face. They, too, have a positive impact on the planet and we could let them inspire us!
Brighter days are here, summer is at our doorstep, and the rhythm of hiking and camping is quickening. Which makes it the perfect time to talk about the “Leave No Trace” movement and the right habits you can practise and the mistakes to avoid on your next adventure.
Managing event logistics is an art in itself. Add to the equation the need to generate as few greenhouse gases as possible, and it can quickly become a real challenge! Fortunately, there are valuable resources for adopting greener event practices.
There are movies that we watch while reconnecting with our inner zombie after a tiring day, and then there are those that leave us amazed, with a burning little flame that animates us. It’s the latter that I want to talk to you about today. Let’s dive into universes that are good for morale and drive us to take action!
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