Whether our structurally dysfunctional economic system can ever deliver sustainability is being questioned more and more.
The benefit of insects is that they give off fewer greenhouse gases and less ammonia than pigs or cattle, and need “significantly less” water and land than required for cattle rearing.
We’ve been working with our chef-in-residence to come up with dishes that look good, taste good, and are good for people and planet.
Finally, there was a way to know exactly where my money was going -- towards low carbon initiatives that will build the future we all want to see.
Canadian Tales of Climate Change is a great introduction to the emerging and growing genre of Cli-Fi, an abbreviated term for Climate Fiction.
New report urges private sector to take leadership role with government to fight climate change and create new jobs for Canadians.