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30 January 2020
Everyone who loves winter says the same thing: you have to enjoy winter sports to fully appreciate the season, rather than counting the days until spring. But for those who live in the city, do you absolutely need a car to make the most of winter sports? Is it too expensive to get the equipment and...
30 January 2020
Équiterre’s Executive Director, Colleen Thorpe, recently presented a series of recommendations to the City of Montreal as part of a public consultation on the 2020-2025 Master Plan for residual materials management (PDGMR). Here is a summary of the brief submitted by Équiterre in...
17 December 2019
Despite clear and repeated demands from citizens in the street throughout the world in 2019, negotiators at COP25 in Madrid did not respond to the to call for action to address the climate crisis. There were three critical issues that the Parties of the Paris Agreement were working on at COP25:...
9 December 2019
Most people don’t know about the role that agriculture can play in climate mitigation, but it is part of the solution. Currently, the Canadian agricultural sector is one of those being most affected by climate change and will need to adapt quickly over the coming years. In contrast to other...
28 November 2019
Just as the beautiful snow cover comes back every year, so too does the task of finding that perfect gift to show our gratitude to our children’s devoted teachers (or even our yoga, pottery or Spanish teachers!). The Équiterre team has devised a list of fantastic gift ideas, chock full of...
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