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1 February 2018
Ever heard of kintsugi? It’s the Japanese art of repairing broken china or ceramics using a gold-based glue, which makes them more attractive and extends their life. What’s more, the Japanese value the restored objects more highly than the original ones. An interesting philosophy when...
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15 January 2018
Équiterre, Farm to Cafeteria Canada, the Whole Kids Foundation and Québec en Forme are launching a call for projects for Quebec schools that want to make healthy, local and sustainable food a priority.
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15 January 2018
Équiterre applauds the new regulation on zero-emission vehicles (ZEV) made at the end of 2017 by the Minister of Sustainable Development, Environment and the Fight Against Climate Change, Isabelle Melançon. According to government projections, this new ZEV standard will ensure that by the year 2025...
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18 December 2017
A pesticide regulatory process based on science can only conclude that neonics must be banned from agriculture in Canada Published originally in Policy Options on December 1, 2017 by Nadine Bachand, Ph.D. Project Manager - Pesticides and Toxic Substances
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15 December 2017
At the One Planet Summit in Paris this week, the World Bank announced that it would stop investing in fossil fuels after 2019.
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