A Safe Haven for our Youth

Toronto’s homeless youth are at record levels. In the city, and across Canada, these numbers are rising. Eva’s Initiatives for Homeless Youth is an innovative shelter fighting this crisis. Its model may be what saves our vulnerable youth. By Jarrett Hasson Photo credit: Eva's Initiatives / LGA Architectural Partners and Ben Rahn/A-Frame It is 8:30 a.m. on a weekday in a non-descript building in downtown Toronto. As still and plain as the building appears from outside, a breathtaking scene is unfolding inside.read more

The Green Machine Rolls Over Washington

Donald Trump and his newly appointed EPA Secretary Scott Pruitt are trying to halt the sustainable environment movement. North America’s financial institutions are having none of it. By Jarrett Hasson Upon immediately taking the oath of office, Donald Trump ordered the removal of all climate change material and research from the EPA website.read more

Follow me to Paris for COP 21

By Laurie Simmonds Dear Green Living Online readers, read more

COP21 Paris Agreement In Review

By Laurie Simmonds Photo credit: iStockphoto.com/123ArtistImages Dear Green Living Online readers, I returned from COP21 last week with a great sense of optimism. read more

Back to School in Green Guide 2015

Check out the best in litterless lunch, sustainable supplies, and earth friendly duds in EcoParent's 2015 B2S guide! From EcoParent read more

AJ’s Winter Holiday Survival Guide

This handy guide will help you navigate the chaos of December Article provided by Alternatives Journal December isn’t always an easy time of year.read more

What’s the Deal with Digestive Health?

Digestive health is essential to our overall health. Here are CHFA’s top five tips for enhancing your digestive health for a happier and healthier gut. Brought to you by CHFA Photo credit: Photosampler Do you suffer from common digestive problems such as heartburn or bloating? Are you looking for tips to enhance your inner ecosystem?read more