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28 February 2019
Take a moment and try to remember the last time you looked up at the stars. This comic is a reminder of how spending time in nature helps us reconnect with ourselves, with those around us and with the planet. This month, Équiterre is encouraging you to spend time outdoors and reconnect with nature...
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28 February 2019
Are you curious about a more zero waste lifestyle? Have you ever thought about how much waste is created at sporting events? Well, for four years now, Équiterre’s Change the World Run has been setting the example as a 100% eco-friendly zero waste race. Water refill stations, no promotional...
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15 February 2019
Glyphosate is the most widely used pesticide in the world. It is found everywhere: in the water, air, soil, rainwater, and even on our plates. Monsanto manipulated public science to downplay the cancer risk of its pesticide glyphosate. Recent revelations show that research biased by Monsanto was...
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14 February 2019
Opting for local food, grown or prepared in Quebec, means a shorter distance to your plate and therefore fewer greenhouse gas emissions and less need for preservatives. We can easily make these choices for the food we bring into our households, but what about the food that is served at school, at...
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14 February 2019
Did you know that Quebec and Manitoba are the only provinces that don’t have a deposit refund policy in place for wine bottles? According to an SOM survey conducted in 2017, 91% of Quebecers would support such a policy. Last year, over 34,000 people signed a petition calling on the Société...
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