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Alternative energy means alternative living

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On the importance of being grounded in a ‘Place’

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Bike debate reveals lack of respect for East Coast Trail Association

in The Green Space by

Commercial bike tour company and provincial government need to step back and remember who built the trail

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‘Natural’ and ‘Green’ aren’t mutually exclusive

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Chris Higgins is a Green Building Planner from Newfoundland who now lives in Vancouver, B.C.

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Facing sustainability?

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Latest Marine Atlantic cuts are just the tip of the proverbial iceberg

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Natural Vs. Green Building

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Emerging trends in ‘green’ home construction and building practices shouldn’t be confused with the much older, and healthier, natural building

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Earth Year 2014

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Earth Day this year presented us with yet another wake-up call to be attentive to the cry of our planet home for our greater care and respect. Are we listening?

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Tuning into Nature

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The path to sustainable civilization begins with the realization of an ancient Truth: we are Nature.

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CETA will erode our traditional rights

in Cutting through the spin on CETA by

In the third of this 5-part series: Canadians’ wants and needs may change in the coming two decades, but the constraints under our new treaty with the European Union will not

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It’s more than just energy

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Going off-the-grid brings with it the challenge of changing our lifestyle

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“All spectacle and no substance”

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Beyond the colourful media coverage and incriminatory political punditry that have turned Kathy Dunderdale’s resignation into the biggest story of the year, is that other story that isn’t going anywhere: reality

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We use what we generate

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Electric heating is old technology that’s bad for us and the environment. If we want to become energy secure, we must first appreciate there’s more to heat and energy than flicking a switch or plugging in

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Damned if you do, dammed if you don’t

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A Port Hope Simpson man says he had “no choice” but to break the law in taking a principled stand against the Muskrat Falls megaproject. A master woodcarver and hero to some, he’s now left to measure the cost of doing business with injustice. Fortunately for him, he has some help.

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Cheep thrills

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Recent headlines regarding abandoned chickens blame urban ‘hipster farmers’, but there’s more to the story…

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CETA: taking stock(s)

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The Canada-European Union free trade agreement is coming. Labrador and Newfoundland are both part of Canada. Sadly, but ultimately, Canada controls our fisheries.

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Food sovereignty and other priorities

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While many are benefiting from the province’s move toward a full-on energy economy, there is little hope for future generations, who will wonder why we didn’t think of them by investing in a sustainable food secure and food sovereign future.

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Elders share wisdom of food

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A local group is unveiling a series of films that features Islanders eager to share traditional knowledge of food production, a basic life skill that’s fast fading into the past.

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Permit me to disagree

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The origins of permits and licenses from one culture doesn’t always transfer to another easily. Nor does it reflect the real reason for the permits in the first place – protecting the resource.

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On wasting and wanting

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Do you really need to throw that out?

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St. John’s Farmers’ Market enters fifth season

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Organizers, farmers optimistic about growth and sustainability as the co-operative looks to develop its ‘five-year plan’.

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Revisionist Fishtory

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Yes, the fishery is in crisis. And no, it’s not just everybody else’s fault.

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