The deputy mayor proclaimed April the Earth Month in Toronto. Learn more about what that means for the city, what it has been doing for the environment and what you can do to contribute.
The weather in Ontario is becoming warmer and more erratic because of climate change. Urban areas such as Toronto get the brunt of the impact.
Megan Takeda-Tully and partner Julianna Greco have launched Suppli to help restaurants and their customers cut down on non-recyclable black plastic packaging
Canadian MPs are in overarching agreement on the importance climate change and the dire need for serious climate action.
Toronto broke a 80-year-old heat record in July. In fact, much of North America was in the midst of a heat wave from late June to early July.
The idea of saving the environment by buying new clothes seems far-fetched. Yet, a Toronto-based kidswear brand called Nudnik made it possible. The company sells colourful T-shirts for children aged 1 to 6 made with 100 per cent organic cotton
Today’s light snow is having a bigger impact than usual on some Toronto residents due to the warming winters.
Funeral Lakes will have their album-release show on January 17, 2020, at Sneaky Dee’s in Toronto.The partners in life and music released their first album in December. Their apocalypse-folk-rock band, Funeral Lakes, sings about climate activism.
Centennial College students attended a story circle to discuss solutions to climate change hosted at the Story Arts Centre this Friday.
The thirrd annual Veg Holiday Market took over Artscape Wychwood Barns on Sunday withy vegan foods, drinks, and gifts