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David Suzuki Foundation

Green living and sustainability: how to clean and recycle

What's better for recycling, milk in plastic milk jugs or waxed cartons? The David Suzuki Foundation's Lindsey Coulter responds to common questions from eco-minded citizens.

Senator defends Harper Tories' attack on the charitable sector, as green leaders deconstruct it

After Conservative senators labeled environmental organizations as "anti-Canadian" and asked if they would accept money from the Taliban, environmental organizations hit back.

How to make 2012 the greenest year ever

Helpful ideas to make sustainable choices part of your New Year’s resolution list.

"Strengthen BC's carbon tax", say B.C. business leaders

Business owners and environmental groups call on citizens of BC to unite in support of BC carbon tax increases, without industry exemptions.

Shamed by Canada's Kyoto withdrawal, enviros turn to cities

Hannah McKinnon, campaigns director with Climate Action Network Canada, says Canadians should be "ashamed" of government.

Salmon inquiry to wade into contentious issues of fish farms and disease

Star witness will be scientist allegedly muzzled by federal government. Will she feel free to talk?

A green natural gas introduced by Bullfrog Power at recent launch party

Bullfrog Power is helping major companies to make giant leaps environmentally across Canada with the introduction of their new green natural gas.  The green natural gas is now the first and only...

Why biodiversity matters

Climate change may be getting all the press, but other pressing matters remain at hand.

John Lefebvre playing in Vancouver with former Eagles guitarist Don Felder

John Lefebvre will be opening for former Eagles guitarist, Don Felder, this week.

Have a crazy sustainable commute this August 27th

New sustainability campaign challenges you to find fun, creative and sustainable ways to get to work without using your car.