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Megan Leslie wants a ban on microbeads

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Megan Leslie wants a ban on microbeads

posted by HILLARY WINDSOR, Apr 16/15

Plastic particles are pollutants, says Halifax MP comments      0


The ecology of life in Halifax

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The ecology of life in Halifax

Apr 16/15

Your answers to our annual green living survey. comments      3


An audit of the Otter Lake landfill

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An audit of the Otter Lake landfill

posted by HILLARY WINDSOR, Apr 16/15

Nearly 29,000 tonnes of recyclables found in Halifax’s landfill last year comments      1


Clear bags, full bins, can’t lose

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Clear bags, full bins, can’t lose

posted by JACOB BOON, Apr 16/15

What’s changing in how Halifax will collect your garbage comments      6


One hundred days to make a change

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One hundred days to make a change

posted by JACOB BOON, Aug 14/14

Divest Dalhousie is hoping the university gets out of the fossil fuel game comments      1


Junk jeopardy

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Junk jeopardy

posted by BETH BROWN, May 8/14

What to do with your uneasily separated garbage comments      5


A plastic goal in a plastic life

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A plastic goal in a plastic life

posted by VERONICA SIMMONDS, Apr 17/14

One woman’s attempt to get out from under the cling wrap. comments      0


The making of Atlantic salmon

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The making of Atlantic salmon

posted by ERICA BUTLER, Apr 17/14

The Canadian government recently approved, without fanfare, the world’s first genetically modified fish to be produced in PEI. The Ecology Action Centre has a problem with that comments      2


Stoli on the racks

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Stoli on the racks

posted by ARIANE HANLON, Apr 17/14

Vodka’s not just for regrets---you can use it to clean your clothes comments      0


Turned on all night

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Turned on all night

posted by ALLIE SWEETING, Apr 17/14

Why universty computers are always on comments      0


Green Guide 2014

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Green Guide 2014

Apr 17/14

comments      1


Sew it goes

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Sew it goes

posted by ALLISON SAUNDERS, Apr 11/13

Through sewing circles and kids’ parties, Cinderella Sew is helping to give pre-loved materials the fairytale ending they deserve. comments      0


Green Guide

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Green, Environmental Events

Saturday, Feb 6

Frost Bike Ride

Meet at Cyclesmith for a cycling tour of Halifax's latest bike lane projects and then warm up with a pint at Good

Sunday, Feb 7

Halifax Walkabout

Join the Dartmouth Volksmarch Club on the Halifax Walkabout, a 10km guided walk.

Tuesday, Feb 9

Weekly Bedford Hike

Join Chebucto Hiking Club every Tuesday for a 10km (2-hour) hike through Bedford. Meet at the Sobeys/NSLC parking lot at Mill Cove

Wednesday, Feb 10

Grow your own: Basic Seed Starting and Plant Propagation

Halifax Seed hosts this workshop for aspiring green thumbs.

Thursday, Feb 11

Weekly Dartmouth Hike

Join Chebucto Hiking Club every Thursday for a 10km (2-hour) hike through Dartmouth. Meet at the Graham's Grove Park parking lot on

Saturday, Feb 13

Nordic Fest 2016

The Trail Shop presents Nordic Fest, the ever-popular candlelit evening of hiking, show shoeing and skiing on Ski Martock's cross-country trails. Catch

Sunday, Feb 14

Colby Village Walkabout

Join the Dartmouth Volksmarch Club in the Canadian Tire Parking Lot at 24 Forest Hills Parkway to embark on the Colby Village

Wednesday, Feb 24

Expedition for the Earth Information Session

The Nova Scotia Nature Trust invites intrepid explorers and outdoor enthusiasts to this information session about the trust's second Expedition for the

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Vol 23, No 36
February 4, 2016

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