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Mot-clé : Earth Day Canada
Amélie Drainville, the 2020 winner of the Aiming for Action (formerly Bearer of Hope) contest, has been involved at the municipal level since 2016. Here she explains how to make your actions more effective in turning your community green.
Staying motivated to cook, and on top of that to reduce waste, has become difficult these days. By challenging yourself, we invite you to rekindle your zero waste flame and rediscover the benefits of saving your veggies!
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.
The creation of a publicly supported regional park like Mountain Rd Forest is a great example of concrete solutions adapted to the local context to preserve precious ecosystems.
As I came to grips with the problem of food waste, I started including more anti-waste actions in my everyday life until I could no longer remember how I used to do things before! I want to share the 5 most beneficial anti-waste tricks I’ve learned, which I plan to continue using forever.
Most of the time, fruits and veggies go bad for one of two main reasons. They either get mouldy or wilt. Here are a few tricks to try once you’ve figured out what went wrong with your last batch of fruits and veggies.
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