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Toxin Toxout: Your guide to healthy living

Toxin Toxout: Your guide to healthy living

Following the success of their first book, Bruce Lourie and Rick Smith give practical advice for removing toxic chemicals from our bodies and homes.

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Living Ecological Justice Book Launch

Living Ecological Justice Book Launch

Enjoy a panel discussion with the contributors of the new book, Living Ecological Justice: A Biblical Response to the Environmental Crisis.

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Countdown: Book Signing & Talk with Alan Weisman

Countdown: Book Signing & Talk with Alan Weisman

Author Alan Weisman talks from his new book, Countdown, on global sustainability and the carrying capacity of the planet.

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Tzeporah Berman: It’s Time for a Reality Check: Pipelines and Petrostate Politics in Canada

Tzeporah Berman: It’s Time for a Reality Check: Pipelines and Petrostate Politics in Canada

The Sustainability Network hosts Tzeporah Berman for an intimate discussion on the pipeline and energy debate that’s heating up across Canada.

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The Morningside Park Eco-Race: An Orienteering Adventure!

The Morningside Park Eco-Race: An Orienteering Adventure!

Join TRCA and the Toronto Orienteering Club as they dig out their compasses and maps for a one of a kind race in Morningside Park. Earn points by finding checkpoints and cleaning up litter along the way.

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Engaging Employees with Eco-Gamification

Engaging Employees with Eco-Gamification

Gamification: A business strategy, which applies game design techniques to non-game experiences to make them more fun and exciting

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Heritage Tree Tour

Heritage Tree Tour

Join LEAF to explore the old, rare and otherwise significant trees around Queen’s Park and Philosopher’s Walk, located on University of Toronto campus.

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Wood Utilization: The Maple Leaf Forever Tree Tour

Wood Utilization: The Maple Leaf Forever Tree Tour

The magnificent maple tree which, in 1867, inspired Alexander Muir to write “The Maple Leaf Forever,” fell victim to an epic summer storm in July of this year. But did you know it will be getting a second life?

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Without Wood: Why do we cut trees? September 24, 2013

Without Wood: Why do we cut trees? September 24, 2013

Why do we cut trees? Join the Ontario Forestry Association in a discussion about forestry in Ontario.

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Melt the Charity Chill: Webinar with Ken Wyman

Melt the Charity Chill: Webinar with Ken Wyman

Sustainability Network and Canadian Environmental Grantmakers’ Network present Melt the Charity Chill, a webinar featuring Ken Wyman.

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