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Here's how to rid plastic from your daily routine and advocate for long-term environmental change more

Ecoholic

Apps claiming to be more socially responsible than scandal-plagued Uber are popping up in Toronto. NOW's Ecoholic columnist asks whether we're being taken for a ride more

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ZeroWasteHome.com

Forget the old 3Rs – reducing your trashprint is all about the 5Rs more

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Toronto-based activist journalist takes on corporate media's (and her own) Donald Trump addiction, Trudeau's arms build-up and how NDP leadership contenders are missing a Bernie Sanders-style opportunity more

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Greenhouse-gas-leaking towers setting us up for climate change fail more

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Anticipating an increase in demand for clothing produced on domestic soil, the college is launching a grad program in sustainable practices more

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Mike Ford

Ecoholic columnist Adria Vasil explains why fashion's latest eco boom is more than just another greenwashing bust. more

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Animal Equality

Rabbit is turning up on more Toronto restaurant menus as the new "ethical" white meat of choice, but animal rights activists say there's nothing humane about the way they're treated by the industry more

Ecoholic

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In these increasingly polarized times, Zen types are pushing back against the presumption that places like Buddhist temples, yoga studios and mindfulness centres should be apolitical more

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American Apparel

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A ravenous glee has greeted news of the raunchy retailer’s demise, but is $26 really too much to pay for a sweatshop-free cotton T-shirt woven, dyed, cut and sewn by decently paid workers? more

Ecoholic

If news of Nestlé’s water draining whipped up a frenzy of outrage on your Facebook feed this year, you can thank Mike Nagy. more

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