Monthly Archives: February 2012
When I started this post, I went to TED talks. Searched for ‘climate change’. This is what I found. This video made me ask several questions. The first was “why have I not heard of anything like this before?” and … Continue reading
This picture describes the green house effect on the climate.
When learning about climate change I often find all of the negative impacts and future predictions discouraging and overwhelming. It is a challenge to remain optimistic about the future when it feels as though the Canadian government is not taking … Continue reading
I hate to bring up such a morbid topic, but do you ever wonder what the environmental impact of death is? With over 50,000,000 people passing away each year, the funeral industry has a constant demand, but their practices are … Continue reading
Hey everyone! I was looking for easy ways to go green. I was looking for something different and something that is not going to change my daily routines and I came across an interesting concept called green walls or living … Continue reading
Canada’s Boreal forest is the perfect definition of a ‘blue forest’. Its surface is comprised of endless rivers, lakes and wetlands. The forest is one of the last intact forests remaining on earth. It is a fundamental source of benefits … Continue reading