A GEOfood initiative with the Cliffs of Fundy Geopark is further proof of the unique ‘living’ nature of Cumberland’s latest international tourism attraction.
Tru Earth continues to offer alternatives to plastic packaging. The Canadian company started with a unique replacement for laundry detergent and now, strips for cleaning pretty much everything else with no plastic bottles to litter our world.
Nova Scotia will spend nearly $18 million from the Green Fund to support youth internships, and energy efficiency and renewable energy programs in fighting climate change.
A Canadian company is leading the charge to rid the world of unnecessary and harmful consumer plastic.
Following four days of intense, sometimes confrontational dialogue, spiritual leaders emerged from Thinkers Lodge in Pugwash today to declare nature has rights and people have responsibilities.
The second of two tightly focussed conferences on climate change will be held at the Thinkers Lodge in Pugwash September 22 to 25.