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Mot-clé : environmental activities
When we talk about organic waste management, we often talk about residues of vegetable or animal origin. But today, we wanted to pique your interest on a more specific subject, of which we hear too little: used vegetable oils!
It’s that time of year, summer is winding down and the kids are heading back to school. Over the last few years I’ve learned to press the pause button before I head out to the store for school supplies, and really consider the things that I am buying. What better time to start a new routine and embrace greener habits than the start of a fresh school-year?!
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.
Nope, we’re not referring to the Vivaldi album or four seasons pizza… we’re talking about biking in all four seasons! Although in Quebec, it’s more like two seasons—a long summer and an even longer winter. Of course, biking in good weather is fairly easy, so this article will focus on biking in cold weather.
For 50 years, Earth Day has been celebrated at the height of spring, on April 22nd, just as the rain gives way to the sun’s soft rays, gently rousing animals from their winter slumber. On this symbolic date, the planet’s entire population is called to come together and organize celebrations in the form of events that serve to protect and improve the environment.
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