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29 February 2012
Last week in the Métro newspaper, environmentalist Steven Guilbeault reported on three pieces of good news in the fight against the tar sands.
13 February 2012
You want to eat more locally grown, organic food, but find shopping for groceries difficult enough to fit into your schedule as is... Did you know that you can arrange to have a farmer's basket full of healthy, locally grown vegetables delivered directly to your workplace once a week? Find out how...
Actu - Fermier et tomates, politique agricole
13 February 2012
A new Leger Marketing poll confirms that there is widespread support in Quebec for the fight against climate change. Eighty percent of respondents want their province to be a North American – or even world – climate leader.  As for how to achieve this goal, respondents indicated...
13 February 2012
Until recently, for coffee to be certified fair trade, it had to be produced by a democratically run co-ooperative. But Fair Trade USA is opening the fair trade market to other types of producers, including the big coffee plantations, in a bid to double U.S. sales for fair trade producers by 2015....
31 January 2012
According to Statistics Canada, Canadians spent more than $2.2 billion on cosmetics in 2010. Women use makeup; men, aftershaves and colognes… Although beauty products may promise confidence, they don't always respect basic environmental rules. To begin with, cosmetic manufacturers rely on...
Geste - Cosmétiques écologiques
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