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More must-see highlights from this weekend's event in Toronto.
students at international development conference A\J Alternatives Journal
A uWaterloo student-run conference explores public-private partnerships in international development.
blackout night candles save energy A\J Alternatives Journal
A\J staff Emily, Laura and Semini weigh in on the first week of Act for the Planet challenges, which are all about greening your home life.
Slowing climate change starts with you!
Woman checking the ingredients in beauty products. Alternatives Journal.
Third in our toxins series: a short history of petrochemicals in personal care products.
ClimateActionWR community forum on a local climate action plan.
ClimateActionWR here in Waterloo Region offers a useful model for mitigating climate change on a regional level.
Awarding up to $20,000, program will take First Nations traditional knowledge into account.
Students are making spaces at universities to practice what they preach in terms of food and environmentalism.
London Stadium - Alternatives Journal A\J Sustainability Athletics
The London Olympics promised to be the most sustainable Olympics ever. What's the final score?
April is Earth Month, the perfect time to up the eco-ante! Here's what A\J is up to – and what you can do.
Bubbles in ice - Alternatives Journal A\J Renewable Energy
Could new developments with methane hydrates in Japan threaten renewables – and any chance of mitigating global warming?
Eat, drink and be sustainable at the Green Living Show in Toronto, April 12th to 14th.
A\J's editor offers up favourite quotes from TEDxWaterloo presenters.
New evidence suggests negative health effects from wind turbines are caused by anti-wind campaigns themselves.
Why protecting the world’s forests is essential to our future.
Students at uWaterloo have spent the last few years researching and building a functional aquaponics system to explore sustainable food production.
Continuing our series on toxic chemicals in everyday products, Jessica Burman fills us in on "fragrance."
First Nations chiefs assembled in Ottawa to step up opposition to Alberta tar sands pipelines through their land.
Our favourite lessons and ideas from the Golden Horseshoe Sustainable Neighbourhoods Summit.
Can the known risks of climate change ever outweigh the unknown risks of geo-engineering? Scientists are starting to say, well, maybe.
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