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16Oct/11Off

West Coast Environmental Law Fights for the Green Good

This group, the 'West Coast Environmental Law', is trying to protect the environment through the legal system and the laws. The group, has been in place since 1974. They have a staff that includes very dedicated lawyers and legal analysts that help educate people about the environmental issues that effect people of Canada and the world. They proudly work with people in every level of government and private sector individuals. They also work with members of 'First Nation' governments, to promote proactive laws, to ensure

13Oct/11Off

How the Globe Foundation is Keeping Vancouver Looking Good

Vancouver, Canada is home to the pioneering GLOBE Foundation, which is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to helping companies find sensible and economical solutions to environmental dilemmas. Through various avenues such as events, consulting, and project management, the GLOBE Foundation is teaching companies that promoting both sustainable development and green initiatives is a winning strategy and is a wonderful business opportunity for the company and for the environment. The GLOBE Foundation strongly believes that companies will be more successful and competitive if they decide to make sound environmental decisions by

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9Oct/11Off

Basic and Easy Ways to Conserve Water

It can be hard to keep environmental issues like water conservation in mind in your day-to-day life. When you're brushing your teeth, taking a shower, or getting a glass of water, your mind probably isn't on the conservation of resources; you're probably thinking about your day and what you're going to do with it. Though you may realize it's important to consider the environment, you may also feel overwhelmed when called to action. But you don't have to feel that way; there are simple and easy ways to conserve, and

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5Oct/11Off

Simple Tips to Make Recycling Easier

Recycling doesn't have to be a hassle. Recyclables usually include 1 and 2 plastics, newspapers, cardboard, aluminum cans, tin cans, clear glass and brown or green glass. There are some ways to make it quite simple! One way is to set aside a trash can just for recyclables. If your town requires you to separate your recyclables, when the can is full, just have bags ready to sort the items into. One tip to make this process a lot less messy: rinse out your recyclables before tossing

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