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The Centre for Sustainable Development, Équiterre and the Association Québécoise zéro déchet invite you on November 1, 2018 at 5 pm to the kickoff event for Montreal’s Festival Zéro Déchet. The theme of the event is “Répare tes trucs” – fix your things instead of replacing them. During the event, you will have the chance to meet people who are...
Équiterre has taken on a new area of focus, unveiling Canada’s first-ever study on obsolescence and consumer tendencies to prematurely replace household appliances and electronic devices (HAEs).
Actualité - 24 May 2018 - Tag : 4R's (reduce, reuse, recycle and recover), Advocacy, E-waste
On Thursday, August 16, celebrate summer with a litterless or in-season picnic in the brand new Hydro-Québec park beside the Centre for Sustainable Development (better known by its French acronym MDD) at 50 Ste-Catherine St. West. Bring your litterless or in-season lunch and your picnic blankets for a chance to win a Cascades cooler made out of recycled cardboard.
On Thursday, June 21, celebrate summer with a litterless picnic in the brand new Hydro-Québec park beside the Centre for Sustainable Development (better known by its French acronym MDD) at 50 Ste-Catherine St. West. Bring your litterless lunch and your picnic blankets for a chance to win a Cascades cooler made out of recycled cardboard.  To be eligible for the draw, the...
Every choice we make as a consumer has an impacton the environment and on society. When we choose something because it is environmentally friendly or socially just, we make it easier for more such products and services to be developed in the future. To be a responsible consumer is to realize that wehave the power to help change the world through the choices that we make...