Transport & Travel

Hope Blooms in Piney, Manitoba

In the summer of 2008 a fire broke out in southeast Manitoba. The blaze consumed more than 3,400 hectares of timber in the Sandilands Provincial Forest, located in the rural municipality of Piney.

L.A. Creates a Partnership that Will Green Certify All City Owned Cultural Facilities

Arts:Earth Partnership has entered into an unprecedented contract with the City of Los Angeles, spearheaded by Olga Garay, Executive Director of the Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs of Lo

Canadians Choose Driving over Sex and Candy

The driving paradox: more than three-quarters (78 per cent) of Canadians know their driving has a negative environmental impact, but they are not likely to give up their vehicles even when they cou

What is Ecotourism?

We wanted to share a really great resource with you: The International Ecotourism Society(TIES). They helped us learn about the Ecotourism and we wanted to share. So just what is Ecotourism?

P.E.D.A.L. Across the Americas

Few, realize that sustainable livelihoods have become remarkably widespread.

Eco Tips for Caribbean Trips

Susan Campbell is a freelance travel/lifestyle writer who specializes in the Caribbean and Canada.

Find a Green Hotel

The Green Key Eco-Rating Program is a graduated rating system designed to recognize hotels, motels, and resorts that are committed to improving their fiscal and environmental performance.

Women of the Earth

A prestigious awarded handed out to 3 Canadian Women

A tale of inspiration...

The Development Director of the P.I.N.E. Project shares his story

Canada’s Greenest School in 2010

For the first time ever, Canadians will be able to vote for the school that shows the most commitment and creativity to going green as part of the inaugural search for Canada’s Greenest School.

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