Issue #55
June 8, 2012

Honey Hunters of Nepal [PHOTOS]

Earlier this week, we featured an infographic about the disappearance and impact of honeybees. Honeybees are vanishing at an unprecedented rate and their disappearance threatens our food system. ... Read More

Are We Biting The Hand That Feeds Us?

I’ve always had a love of food. Food is so much more than nutrition -- there’s something magical about the experience of tasting new delicacies or combining flavors in unusual ways. My love of food has also inspired me to learn about where our food comes from and the people who produce it. ... Read More

Why Can’t We All Just Get Along?

A few years ago in Toronto tensions between drivers and cyclists were at an all time high following a fatal encounter between a bike courier and a former politician. Darcy Allan Sheppard’s death wa ... Read More

What’s Your Company Done For The Planet Lately?

Over the last few years, more and more companies have started to reward their employees for adopting environmentally friendly behaviors – giving small bonuses for carpooling, discounts on bus passes ... Read More

Willing To Earn Less To Do Good

When I graduated from college at 23 I didn’t know what I wanted “to be when I grew up.” I had spent a summer working in financial reporting for a big bank – I was horrible at that job, truly ... Read More

Green Your Laundry, Save Your Money

Have you ever sat down to figure out just how much you spend on laundry every year? The answer would probably surprise you. An average family with a top-load machine will spend over $500 this year jus ... Read More

Yet Another Solar Achievement

Just weeks after the first solar powered boat successfully circled the globe, a Swiss adventurer has won another solar accolade – the first intercontinental flight in a solar-powered plane. Bernard ... Read More
Issue #55
June 8, 2012