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Tackling a Locust Plague in the 21st Century: A Sustainability Issue

Tackling a Locust Plague in the 21st Century: A Sustainability Issue

To lift or not lift COVID-19 restrictions, and to what extent? This could be the pertinent question around the globe…

November 20, 202011 min read

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A short documentary on the bacterial pest that is wreaking havok on europe’s olive trees

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To an interview with Dr. Richard Byron-Cox on desertification and climate change

Facts & Figures

The Ultimate Guide To Finding The Best Indoor Plants For Clean Air

The Ultimate Guide To Finding The Best Indoor Plants For Clean Air

The quality of indoor air will ultimately have a huge impact on our long term health, and there are lots of great ways to improve it.
Indoor vs. Outdoor Air Pollution: The Necessity of Improving Indoor Air Quality

Indoor vs. Outdoor Air Pollution: The Necessity of Improving Indoor Air Quality

Identifying and removing the sources of indoor air pollution, and thus improving indoor air quality, is just as important as the efforts to reduce the amount of pollution in the air outside.
Taste, Cost & Safety: 3 Reasons NOT to Buy Bottled Water

Taste, Cost & Safety: 3 Reasons NOT to Buy Bottled Water

Bottled Water: Considered by many to be one of the most grievous crimes our species has committed against our planet and its ecosystems.
Why Majestic Tim Matters

Why Majestic Tim Matters

The world lost Majestic Tim, one of Kenya’s largest elephants, in early February 2020. His story can improve awareness of conservation efforts worldwide.
How Major Cities Around the World are Fighting Air Pollution

How Major Cities Around the World are Fighting Air Pollution

Climate change is the greatest challenge of our times, but we can’t afford to take our eyes off the fight on other environmental fronts, such as urban outdoor air pollution.
Hemp: The Little Plant That Could

Hemp: The Little Plant That Could

It’s hard to imagine that a single plant could fulfill most human needs. Hemp (or Industrial Hemp, as it is also known) can clothe, house, medicate, feed livestock, and even cleanse soil.

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Understanding the Importance of Eco-Friendly Solutions in Public Space Design

Understanding the Importance of Eco-Friendly Solutions in Public Space Design

November 21, 20205 min read
Design-wise, times are changing: More and more eco-friendly solutions are being developed & implemented in the sphere of public space design.
Students and Alumnae Install Mural at the University of Toronto to Call For the Dismantling of Systemic Racism in Design

Students and Alumnae Install Mural at the University of Toronto to Call For the Dismantling of Systemic Racism in Design

November 7, 20206 min read
The “Support Black Designers” mural at the University of Toronto’s Daniels Faculty contributes to a larger discourse on equality.
Mahani Teave and NGO TOKI Rapa Nui: Easter Island’s Youth and Living Heritage

Mahani Teave and NGO TOKI Rapa Nui: Easter Island’s Youth and Living Heritage

November 3, 20205 min read
TOKI Rapa Nui is a school of arts and music dedicated to restoring and promoting the broken heritage of Easter Island, and to encouraging its youth to explore and nurture their creativity.
On World Savings Day, GoParity launches a Green Savings Plan

On World Savings Day, GoParity launches a Green Savings Plan

October 31, 20204 min read
World Savings Day: GoParity launches a four-step Savings Plan, that promises to make the world a better place while increasing its user’s personal income.
Modular Construction: More Efficient, More Environmental

Modular Construction: More Efficient, More Environmental

October 30, 20206 min read
Greater focus on sustainability in recent years has led architects and builders to put the environment in focus with their creations.
How Remote Working Contributes to Energy Conservation

How Remote Working Contributes to Energy Conservation

October 23, 20203 min read
Remote working offers, amongst other benefits, the general sense of satisfaction that one is having a beneficial impact on the environment.

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Natural Ways to Promote Growth in Your Garden

Natural Ways to Promote Growth in Your Garden

July 18, 202010 min read

If you’re hoping for a bountiful crop this year, there are several things you can do to help your plants…

Turn Your Balcony into an Edible Garden

Turn Your Balcony into an Edible Garden

January 16, 20207 min read
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