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Green Living editors dish on the latest trends and happenings in sustainability.

Don't Miss: Green Living's ECR Awards & October CSR Events!

Join CBSR, Green Living and Corporate Knights for two days of learning, discovering new ideas and best practices, and networking with peers and thought leaders!

Is the green economy important to Ontario's future?

The people of Ontario have elected a minority Liberal government. See the response of Environmental Defence to the election.

Happy Wetlands Day!

February 2nd is World Wetlands Day, when government agencies, NGOs and citizens aroun

Got an Eco-hero?

Nominate your hero for a 2011 Green Toronto Award!

The Green Toronto Awards are the City of Toronto’s environmental awards of excellence.

UPDATE: Cancun 2010

Andrew Heintzman, president and CEO of Green Living sister company, Investeco, and Chair of the Premier's Climate Change Advisory Panel for

The papermaker’s secret

In our past issues about an eco wedding, we wrote about the eco-friendliness of letterpress printing for your invitations. Well, in response to this article, one of our readers — Nina in Chicago, who runs a letterpress print shop — wrote to us to share a little secret.

Sunflower Power!

Just in time for hot summer weekends and family get-togethers, here's a delicious ceviche recipe from Michelin-starred Executive Chef Jeremy Bearman of New York City’s Rouge Tomate restaurant.

LIFE IN 2050 Part 7 of 7: Everyone Could Be Planting Crops

Big Think Releases LIFE IN 2050 For Smithsonian's 40th Anniversary

LIFE IN 2050 Part 6 of 7: Eating Slow, Real, Local, and Fresh

Big Think Releases LIFE IN 2050 For Smithsonian's 40th Anniversary

LIFE IN 2050 Part 5 of 7: More People, More Cities, Longer Lives

Big Think Releases LIFE IN 2050 For Smithsonian's 40th Anniversary

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