Action for Nature Honors 14 Bold Young Eco-Heroes

If you think all teens want to do is hang out at the mall, think again.

Alberta: Potential Leader in Water Management

A new report released by the Canada West Foundation concludes that Alberta has the chance to become an international leader in water resource management.

Clean Up Crew find a canoe made out of duct tape...

A national conservation program which encourages Canadians coast to coast to make a difference by removing litter from along local shorelines and thus protecting our oceans and waterways, is underw

Virtual Play Plants Real Trees

A new virtual world for kids launched this month, that not only entertains with fun games and activities, it also delivers a real world benefit in the form of more trees for Planet Earth.

Recycling Soil: Finding a way to divert soil from landfills

Waterfront Toronto has unveiled detailed plans for a pilot soil recycling facility in the Port Lands.  Once established it will be the only known soil washing-based pilot plant operating in Ca

WWF-Canada & Loblaw create a 600K School Grants Program

Through the generous support of Loblaw Companies Limited (Loblaw), WWF-Canada announced the first of its $100,000 awards to elementary and secondary schools across Canada to engage students in gree

A Green Solution for Good Health & Good Environmental Management

One of the biggest positives for health care at home has also long been one of the biggest negatives for the environment.  Approximately nine million people in the United States self-inject at

Genetically Modified Foods: Boon or Bane?

Ever since humanity began farming, they have been practicing a form of selective genetic engineering. Everything grown today has been affected by this millennia-long program of modification.

Help Plant Trees with Yves Rocher

Trees play a key role in our ecosystems and contribute vital services including clean air, food, fuel, drinkable water and a stable climate.

Hat, Shirt and Shade Provide Best Protection

The fourth annual Sunscreen Guide by Environmental Working Group (EWG) gives low marks to the current crop of sunscreen products, with a few notable

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