Life in the Green Lane

Environmental journalist Candice Batista shares video clips and eco-savvy advice from her TV show, A Greener Toronto.

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The health of Canadians and their social and economic well-being are highly dependent on the quality of their environment. That's why Environment Canada releases The Canadian Environmental Sustainability Index, it's a system that uses indicators to measure water quality, air quality etc.

Cooking up a green kitchen.

The Kitchen is the one area in the house where we spend most of our time; it's also the place where we use the most energy. Here are a few ingredients to cook up a green kitchen.

Green on TV...

One of the biggest environmental challenges in Toronto is improving existing houses.

Eco Paws.

There's no bones about it, those of us who have pets, love them dearly, but can we lighten the eco-pawprint of our pets? The answer is a resounding woof, or meow. There are ways to green your pet without hurting the planet.

Hollywood north goes green…and I don’t mean the Incredible Hulk.

As you probably know by now, each week on A Greener Toronto, I feature really interesting people doing really interesting things in the city. All green of course. This week on the show we go behind the scenes at FILMPORT.

Eco Livingroom.

There's no better place to enjoy green living than in your own living room. By following these easy steps you can turn your living room into a prime-time example of eco-living.

Green minded.

Greening our minds begins with clearing away the mental trash that clutters our thinking. A few simple breaths and movements are the key to being mindful.

Green TV.

I LOVE my job. I get to meet the most interesting people and I get to introduce those wonderful people to you. This week on A Greener Toronto, I go behind the scenes of Planet in Focus' Youth Camera Action! program.

The ABC's on greening your nursery.

Moms and dads listen up, it's time for the ABC's on greening your nursery.

A Green Debut.

Attention all greenies, A Greener Toronto makes its debut this week, if you're interested in knowing what's happening in our city then tune in Thursday nights at 9:30pm on Rogers Cable 10.
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