earth day 2013
As a naturopathic doctor, spring also coincides with a series of visits and questions related to spring cleanses, detoxification and lifestyle transformation. On Earth Day, it seems appropriate to review the most impactful changes we can make as part of our spring cleansing.
As the world continues to warm at an alarming pace, concerned citizens are growing increasingly frustrated at the lack of
Earth Day is here and with it comes a gentle reminder of how beautiful, yet fragile our planet really is. But between the
On April 22, Canadians will join others across the globe to celebrate Earth day. We will take part in projects that highlight our particular concerns to improve life on our planet. I'm all about saving the planet, but there is still one eco-friendly thing I can't bring myself to do....
We "get" to live on this planet called Earth which makes every day an Earth day. But all is not well on our Earth as we know. Let us look at what three of my green friends say. As you might notice they all relate to water.
In today's world, humans are consuming more than ever, but many consequences of the way we live are far from the average person's eyes and thoughts. So here are six places we'd all do well to visit, for a reality check, some imprinting and some reflection.
You might think you already know how to reduce your carbon footprint: walk or bike instead of driving, limit flights, recycle
While it is only eight years since I started getting actively engaged in trying to make a difference in our collective footprint, I already feel like a grandfather. I have met inspiring people. I have heard inspiring ideas. I have been inspired. But it is hard not to feel we are losing the war on climate change.
Would you take a 50 per cent pay cut to work on something you believed in? Two months ago, I did exactly that when I began working for Earth Day Canada. Coincidentally, I also started sleeping better at night. Because I'd rather be green than have it.