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No Time Left To Waste: I Recycle Everything

No Time Left To Waste: I Recycle Everything

By Oliver Berger – “I recycle everything.” Honestly, when I hear this statement I cringe. I am sure my fellow waste educators…

Science Matters | David Suzuki |  Climate change combines with other factors to fuel wildfires

Science Matters | David Suzuki | Climate change combines with other factors to fuel wildfires

By David Suzuki – Scientists, journalists, environmentalists, and others who draw the connection between increasing wildfires and global warming often face a…

Toosey Old School Wood Products – Building blocks for the future

Toosey Old School Wood Products – Building blocks for the future

By Sage Birchwater – Something exciting is going on at the former Riske Creek Elementary School. Toosey Old School Wood Products is…

Arts & Education
Will world peace ever be attainable?

Will world peace ever be attainable?

By Jim Cooperman – Fifty-one years ago in Oakland California, I joined with other anti-war activists to block buses full of inductees…

For the Love of the Fraser River Basin and Its Salmon

For the Love of the Fraser River Basin and Its Salmon

– Submitted by The Rivershed Society of BC Awareness is an upstream battle… You probably read one story each day about the…

World Rivers Day: RSBC’s Fraser River Journey (2018 Sustainable Living Leadership Program)

World Rivers Day: RSBC’s Fraser River Journey (2018 Sustainable Living Leadership Program)

“Rivers are the arteries of our planet; they are lifelines in the truest sense.” ~ Mark Angelo On September 23, communities all…

Environment

Blue Mind Citizen Science at La Duna Ecology Centre

Blue Mind Citizen Science at La Duna Ecology Centre

By Stephanie J. Rousso – Sixteen years of education can get you a bachelor’s degree in biology or…

Letters: Clean air vital to Williams Lake

Letters:  Clean air vital to Williams Lake

By Sage Birchwater – Editor, Thick smoke clogging the airshed of Williams Lake for the second summer in…

Opinion: Oilsands – A Trade Too Far

Opinion: Oilsands – A Trade Too Far

By Tony Boschmann – There’s always a trade-off, something we’re giving up for the benefit of something else.…

Health & Wellness

Ancient Forest Provincial Park: The Universal Boardwalk

Ancient Forest Provincial Park: The Universal Boardwalk

By Nowell Senior – The Ancient Forest is in the heart of the Interior Cedar Hemlock (ICH) zone,…

Come Alive! The Ladder of Democracy

Come Alive! The Ladder of Democracy

By Guy Dauncey – Democracy is a recent social invention. Most people don’t like it when the societies…

Road Trip Diaries: Observations on waste

Road Trip Diaries: Observations on waste

By Ryan Elizabeth Cope – At the end of August, my partner Jan Vozenilek (a Kelowna-based cinematographer) and…

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Technology

Conservation Conversation: The Rs Have It

By Vanessa Moberg (& Oliver Berger) – Ah, plagiarism. I love it. I’m kidding, of course.…

BCCFR Challenges Forestry Industry to Enter 21st Century

Members of the BC Coalition for Forestry Reform (BCCFR) were heartened by the positive and realistic…

Country Living

Nourishing our Children | Sept/Oct 2018

By Barbara Schellenberg – “Out of sight, out of mind” … Perhaps because we do not…

Green Business: Touch Wood Memorial Rings Incorporating the ashes of a loved one into a wearable work of art

By Nicola Finch – How many of us have the ashes of a loved one in…

Featured Green Businesses

Sharing Life and Land

By Van Andruss – In the April/May issue of TheGreenGazette, I wrote an idealistic article titled,…

Celebrating World Animal Day Close to Home

By LeRae Haynes – Giving animals the best life possible is at the heart of a…

 

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