A few months ago I was sitting at my dining room table in the middle of a power outage writing with the feeble light from two candles.
Banning plastic bags in our homes is the easiest and most obvious thing that needs to be changed in our lives immediately.
Do you make new year resolutions? I don’t really, but I do try to pick up a project that will in some way lead to self improvement or change habits. This year I am thinking about ways to reduce the amount of waste I produce.
Almo Farina of the University of Urbino in Italy near the Adriatic Sea measures the health of an ecosystem by recording the sounds it makes.
The month of December is a good time to remember to be generous. I found myself shopping for trinkets recently.
It is the month of December, and yet the city is at this very moment in a sweat. License is given to the general merrymaking.
Most readers will likely have heard of the ‘carbon cycle’ from their school days. However as a refresher, for millions of years through the process of photosynthesis plants and trees have taken in carbon dioxide and given out oxygen instead.
This is the fourth and last in a series of comments on the Made-in-Manitoba Green Plan. We have sent a response letter to the Minister of Sustainable Development.
The recently released Manitoba Green Plan is dominated by plans for a carbon tax and arguments that the Made-in-Manitoba scheme is better than the Federal system.