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ECOLOGY & WILDLIFE | Food and Energy Demand Drives 58 Per cent Decline in Global Wildlife Populations:  New World Wildlife Fund report

ECOLOGY & WILDLIFE | Food and Energy Demand Drives 58 Per cent Decline in Global Wildlife Populations: New World Wildlife Fund report

Global populations of vertebrates – mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and fish – have declined by 58 per cent between 1970 and 2012,…

COUNTRY LIVING | Confessions of a Farmer: Once a Farmer, Always a Farmer?

COUNTRY LIVING | Confessions of a Farmer: Once a Farmer, Always a Farmer?

By Terri Smith– Here is my biggest farmer’s confession yet: I’m not really a farmer anymore. Sure I live on a farm,…

COLUMN | Science Matters: We can’t dig our way out of the fossil fuels pit

COLUMN | Science Matters: We can’t dig our way out of the fossil fuels pit

  By David Suzuki– I’ve often thought politicians inhabit a parallel universe. Maybe it’s just widespread cognitive dissonance, coupled with a lack…

Health & Wellness
HEALTH ISSUES | Electrosmog: The acid rain of today

HEALTH ISSUES | Electrosmog: The acid rain of today

By Dr. Magda Havas– I’m an associate professor of environmental and resource studies at Trent University in Peterborough, Ontario. For the past…

ARTS & EDUCATION | My First Political Experience

ARTS & EDUCATION | My First Political Experience

By Gloria Atamanenko – I was born near Fort Vermilion, Alberta, one hundred miles below the North West Territories boundary, in the farthest…

SUSTAINABILITY | The Future of Death: Human compost and flesh eating mushrooms

SUSTAINABILITY | The Future of Death: Human compost and flesh eating mushrooms

    By Patrick Taylor – As of 2015 the world population sits at approximately 7.3 billion people, and is estimated to…

Environment

RECYCLING | No Time Left to Waste: Recycling in the Cariboo

RECYCLING | No Time Left to Waste: Recycling in the Cariboo

By Oliver Berger– So what’s the latest happenings in our recycling world? I feel a change around us,…

ENVIRONMENT | Judgment

By Ray Grigg – We are living in a time like no other in human history. The environmental…

ENVIRONMENT | Beyond Capitalism: Moving forward in reverse

By Lisa Bland, Publisher, Editor in Chief of TheGreenGazette – The past year has been a whirlwind. As…

Arts & Education

ARTS & CULTURE | Creative Voice: Who are we?

ARTS & CULTURE | Creative Voice: Who are we?

    By Jonathan Weisblatt – Dear reading one, Hello. Let’s get right to it. If I love you…

ARTS & EDUCATION | New Year Perspective: Declutter for Life

By Jessica Kirby, Senior Editor of TheGreenGazette – Sometimes success is a matter of perception. This January, when…

ACTIVISM | Local Activists Demand that PM Protect Rivers

ACTIVISM | Local Activists Demand that PM  Protect Rivers

Local activist and chair of the Kamloops Council of Canadians Anita Strong is calling on the Trudeau government…

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Technology

SCIENCE | Skywatch with Bill Irwin

By Bill Irwin – The ongoing cloudy and rainy weather eroded some of the observing opportunities…

ARTS & EDUCATION | Sustainable Ranching—Learning Applied Skills and Diversification

By Angela Abrahão – The first cohort of students from the Sustainable Ranching Program at Thompson…

Country Living

COUNTRY LIVING | Raising Amadeus

By Terri Smith – Next week, Amadeus’ brother and mother will be going to a new…

FARM & GARDEN | Confessions of a Farmer: Fighting despair with hope and potatoes

By Terri Smith – I try not to despair for the world. I had almost entirely…

Featured Green Businesses

FEATURED GREEN BUSINESS | Keeping Warm with Cariboo Wool Bedding

By Terri Smith – Konny Kadenbach and her partner, Joel, live on a beautiful piece of…

FEATURED GREEN BUSINESS | Five Rivers Crematorium: Helping you say goodbye in the most meaningful way

By LeRae Haynes – Being a voice for a loved one lost, as well as for…

 

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