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Open Data in Canada
The open sharing of government data has the potential to reboot public participation in politics.
Teamwork and collaboration CAN be successful.
Forget chasing the expert – how collaboration among environmental organizations can solve complex environmental problems better, together.
Is sustainable economic growth possible?
A new series exploring the feasibility of a sustainable world with unlimited economic growth opens by bridging the language gap between economists and environmentalists.
A spirit bear from BC's coast, from CBC's Wild Canada. Interview on A\J.
Using cutting-edge technology, the breathtaking series shows you Canada like you’ve never seen it before – and “puts people back in the picture” of our natural world.
Chief Arlen Dumas, Mathias Colomb Cree Nation at a Hudbay Minerals protest.
Communities in Guatemala and Manitoba are getting their day in court against the Canadian mining giant.
Girl in green recycle logo shirt A\J AlternativesJournal.ca
What you can do to address environmental issues in a meaningful way.
wind mills and solar panels
With energy pressures mounting, it's important to know what the alternatives are.
The path to renewable energy.  A\J History. Alternatives Journal.
Exploring some of A\J's past and present partnerships, including a special two-part report on the provincial soft energy path studies of the late 1970s.
Earth First! co-founder Dave Foreman vs social ecologist Murray Bookchin.
A look at a 1980s battle between social ecologists and deep ecologists.
The Guelph Street Community Garden
Is your neighbourhood missing something? Here's how to fill a vacant lot with a community garden and join the urban ag revolution.
A\J History. We're old like trees.
We trace the growth of ecosystems thinking in A\J issues over the years, and name our best-selling issues.
Preserves A\J AlternativesJournal.ca
Canning tips for novice to seasoned preservers.
Science lessons with Alternatives Journal
Key concepts to know when studying any aspect of the environment.
A\J Covers Progression A\J AlternativesJournal.ca
The history of A\J and the environmental movement over the past 40 years.
Otesha Project A\J AlternativesJournal.ca
The Otesha Project's Nation to Nation bike tour member Nawaaz Makhani shares three examples of people working to break down the barriers between communities.
Otesha Project A\J AlternativesJournal.ca
An empowering bike tour inspired A\J to create this photo essay of farms and new friends.
Otesha Nation to Nation Tour. Wampum belts.
Tour member Arestia Dehmassi reflects on the importance of relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples.
Akron Family & Pokey Lafarge Marcia Ruby A\J AlternativesJournal.ca
A\J went to the 30th Hillside Festival in July – check out our reflection on drumming workshops, 30 years of staying young and an eco-friendly festival-going guide.
crying baby polluted cord blood A\J AlternativesJournal.ca
A\J examined the new Environmental Defence report and looked into what we can do about it.
cycling bike activism A\J AlternativesJournal.ca
For the final week of bike month: positively promoting cycling.
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  • The #OpenData movement also highlights what gov'ts DON'T track. Data has to exist before it can be shared. http://t.co/kUJLjQiTAT #cdnpoli 7 hours 14 min ago