TREC Education, a registered charity, is looking for volunteers for its 9th annual Kids World of Energy Festival from May 4 – 7, 2016 at Evergreen Brick Works in Toronto.
First Nations leaders from throughout northern BC gather in Prince George to discuss a process of resource development they say is broken.
Visit Ottawa’s native plant gardens – locations across the city. Free event – in conjunction with Garden Days Canada.
Join Forests Ontario, Forest Recovery Canada and their partners, including event supporters Honda, City of Boucherville, and Soverdi on June 20th. Take part in a free workshop that will provide participants with a practical and hands-on opportunity to learn about tree planting!
A story about the challenges of living with large carnivores, and how the Waterton Biosphere Reserve and others are meeting those challenges.
Chris Winter, Project Director for Canada Conserves, stands back to assess the bigger picture.
Learn how communities and cities can become more resilient with climate change adaptation practitioners David MacLeod, Blair Feltmate and Dan Sandink.
Activities like urban gardening and food growing help expats feel like they belong in their new communities.
Lyda Salatian treks throughout BC and Alberta in an effort to support her budding environmental charity, Green Teams of Canada.
The world’s leading clothing brands develop new purchasing commitments as part of Canopy’s Fashion Loved by Forest campaign.
Get out and enjoy the gifts that winter brings.
The Seton Urban District in south Calgary promises to be one of the most comprehensive mixed-use developments in North America.
Troc-Exchange, a Vancouver-based online business that connects communities for trading or swapping goods, has announced the launch of its values-driven bartering website with hopes of reinventing the way we consume.
Christine and Yvan Saché were inspired to create Troc-Exchange.com in Paris, after seeing that unsustainable lifestyles were increasingly causing stress in their beautiful city. When they were no longer able to live with the environmental issues they confronted daily, they decided to make a change a… Read more..
New data from Canada Walks shows that a whopping 41 percent of children were driven to school before the group took aim to reduce that number by increasing the rate of walking and cycling for the school journey.
In this exclusive sneak peek from EcoParent magazine, Environmental Defence executive director, Rick Smith, makes the case for nature-based learning.
The Nature Conservancy of Canada is offering a fresh, new season of Conservation Volunteers events just in time for both National Volunteer Week and Earth Week.
Get ready for the first issue of EcoParent magazine, a new Canadian print publication that will cater to eco-savvy and eco-curious parents.
Merve and Anne Wilkinson, who spent their lives managing forested areas sustainably on Vancouver Island, have both passed away — Merve recently and Anne a few years ago.