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Guest blogger Glenn Gaetz: Understanding 'cruelty-free' eggs

Humane. Organic. Cage-free. Free-range. Free-run. Cruelty-free. Natural. Which egg is the best egg?

Join, promote, change, enjoy

Start changing the world—or at least your neighbourhood—together.

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Not the best start…

It’s no wonder that our food systems are so messed up.

GREEN: Fossil-fuel-less sports for community engagement

Blogger Emily Jubenvill extols the virtues of team sports to community resiliency.

REALITY: Some blood, lots of sweat, no tears and a medium load of laundry

Granville's "Reality" blogger recommends three sports for maximum punch with minimal upstart.

What's your preferred source of drinking water?

We asked sustainability industry insiders what's in their water bottles.

REALITY: Sustaining your dating life

Crazy in love, crazy for love or just crazy? Sustainable dating advice.

GREEN: Edible Estates

Emily Jubenvill offers step-by-step instructions for starting your own urban edible estate.

REALITY: Lazyboy Cooking Adventures

Self-proclaimed "lazyboy" explains the reality of why he doesn't grow and cook his own food.

Catering to the community

Commercial Drive cookbook offers great recipes, perspectives on food security—and charity.

Finding cruelty-free foods

Have you ever wondered what’s behind that cute logo with the little red farm that’s on your eggs and cheese?

The Recycling of the Future

Using piezoelectric technology in floors can help conserve energy by converting human energy into electrical energy.

Green afterlife: Natural and ecofriendly burials

Burials allowing us to biodegrade naturally feed (rather than poison) the ecosystem.

The food we eat

"Sometimes, the idea of living on a little plot of land somewhere, growing all my own food and doing all...

What's your biggest sustainability sin?

Local leaders on sustainable living reveal their deepest, darkest sustainability sins.

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The sustainable family

In the organic vs. non-organic debate, perhaps we're being too short-sighted.

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