Most people think that sustainable travel is either out of reach or too expensive. Here’s a beginner’s guide to eco-friendly travel.
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Humans are naturally drawn to watching animals, it’s one of the reasons why we have zoos, aquariums and sanctuaries exist, unfortunately, that curiosity is leading to widespread abuse of many animals around the world thanks to wildlife tourism.
The debate surrounding GMO foods is a hot one for sure and a new Canadian documentary hopes to shed some light on this important topic. We sit down with the filmmaker to learn more.
Fabrics come in all shapes and sizes, but do you ever give a second thought to the impact those fabrics have on the planet?
Health and wellness are not just about the right smoothie or workout anymore, in 2017…
Over the years, I have come to rely on a few really good apps. They have assisted me in making better choices and have even provided a bit of an education along the way, which is never a bad thing in my book. So whether you need help in the grocery store or the drug store…these apps have got your back.
I belong to a group called Ethical Writers Coalition, and we’ve teamed up to share our tips on how you can celebrate a mindful and sustainable Halloween.
Last Night Health Canada released a warning regarding a popular skin care cream marketed for kids and babies with eczema. After a lab test, they found that PureCare Herbal Cream, a product labeled “all-natural”, actually contains a highly-potent prescription steroid cream.
Today is World Water Day, it’s a perfect opportunity to open the conversation around water waste and of curse water preservation. Water is the essential building block of life. But it is more than just essential to quench thirst or protect health; water is vital for creating jobs and supporting economic, social, and human developmen