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ALT TEX: turning food waste into textiles

See why Myra Arshad left her corporate career to found ALT TEX, a venture turning food waste into biodegradable, carbon-neutral textiles.
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How North York youth are fighting invasive species

Mandy Huynh, founder of Invasive Plants Be Gone, is educating her community about invasive plants in North York and empowering youth to limit their spread. Bullfrog Power sponsored a prize for Mandy’s project through Youth Challenge International.
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Jazz Cabbage: reengineering the cannabis industry

When a group of engineers decided to start a cannabis business, their focus naturally turned to efficiency. By combing the best of what nature and technology have to offer, they aim to grow a superior product while using less energy, water, and soil.
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What Climate Change Looks Like through the Photographer’s Lens

Open-pit mines in Australia. Nickel tailings in Sudbury, Ontario. Vast marble quarries in Carrara, Italy. The Three Gorges Dam project in China. Pivot-irrigation systems across the Texas Panhandle. These are the scars of modern human life on the Earth. This is the wake of our progress.     On October 16, 2021, Luminato Festival Toronto will…
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Sunset Renewables: creating a circular economy for solar panels

Renewable technologies like solar panels, wind turbines, and battery storage are essential to addressing the climate crisis. But like every product, they’ll produce waste at the end of their life if there isn’t a plan to recycle or reuse their parts. Dan Carrocci, President of Sunset Renewables, is the person making that plan. Sunset Renewables…
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Sustainability Snapshot: The Food Chain Supply Chain

Consumers are increasingly looking to eat more sustainably, and it’s important to reduce the environmental impact of all aspects of the supply chain. Food shortages due to COVID-19 were a wake-up call for many, and people are paying increased attention to the impacts that supply chains have on their lives and the environment. The food…
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Sanagan’s Meat Locker: going green for the community

Peter Sanagan believes that businesses of all sizes have a responsibility to their customers: to approach decisions with the environment in mind.
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Can renewable energy co-ops end NIMBYism?

It takes more that a crane and a construction crew to erect a wind turbine—successfully installing a renewable energy project takes both political and community support. See how co-ops are helping communities embrace and benefit from green energy.
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Renewable energy certificates explained

Not all renewable energy certificates are created equal. Learn how they work and how to source quality RECs for your business or home. 
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