Articles by: Katie Kish

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Green on the Move

Green on the Move

I just moved into a new apartment with a beautiful view (see above…oolala) of North Toronto. My fiance and I are both environmental science students […]

by × September 5, 2009 × 4 comments

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Digital Music is Greener

Digital Music is Greener

For more information about green music, green music news, green musicians and everything else eco-friendly-music-like visit Green Music Alliance! It goes without saying that downloading […]

by × September 4, 2009 × 0 comments

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People Won't Change for the Environment (on my campus)

A recent article outlines a pretty simplistic poll conducted in London about people’s willingness to change their behaviour for the good of the planet. A […]

by × September 3, 2009 × 2 comments

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The Nano: 14 Million New Cars on India's Streets

The Nano: 14 Million New Cars on India's Streets

Image courtesy of Flickr user B. Balaji If you drive a car, or even have to take a bus in any sort of major city […]

by × March 29, 2009 × 5 comments

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Dose of Reality: Engagements

Dose of Reality: Engagements

To produce that single ounce, miners have to quarry hundreds of tons of rock, which are then doused in a liquid cyanide solution to separate […]

by × January 22, 2009 × 3 comments

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Dose of Reality: Happy New Year

Dose of Reality: Happy New Year

“The science is beyond dispute… Delay is no longer an option. Denial is no longer an acceptable response.” I never thought I’d see the day […]

by × January 2, 2009 × 4 comments

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Adding Sulfur To The Atmosphere's Diet

Adding Sulfur To The Atmosphere's Diet

It seems as though anyone with any sort of science background is scurrying around trying to solve the problem of global warming. Recently some geoengineers […]

by × April 29, 2008 × 0 comments

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Eco-Hunk: David Suzuki

Eco-Hunk: David Suzuki

David Suzuki is a Canadian hero, one of our top 10 Canadians even. He is best known for his television show The Nature Of Things […]

by × February 27, 2008 × 11 comments

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North America's First Carbon Tax

North America's First Carbon Tax

No more cruising the strip in British Columbia! It has recently become North America’s first jurisdiction to introduce a consumer based carbon tax! B.C Minister […]

by × February 26, 2008 × 4 comments

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Living Modestly Is Not Uncomfortable

Living Modestly Is Not Uncomfortable

I hate that living modestly is starting to be equated with disregarding the comforts that we’ve been given… instead of a noble and earth saving […]

by × January 27, 2008 × 4 comments