Richard Eckersley went from soccer star to sustainability superstar when he opened the UK's first Zero Waste store. Check out his inspiring story of how even one person can make a huge difference.
Canada’s temperate forests and wetlands will be one of its most important resources in the fight against a rapidly changing climate. This Earth Day, the Essex Region Conservation Authority (ERCA) is hosting its traditional annual community tree planting event, and we sat down with ERCA’s Gina Pannunzio to learn more about the city’s highly popular spring-time activity and how it’s impacting the Windsor-Essex community.
This International Day of Action marked a milestone in the modern American climate movement. With the launch of the epic Global Action Climate Summit on the horizon, throngs of crowds marched in San Francisco as a part of the 'RISE for Climate' movement to push world leaders to act on climate solutions NOW.
Motivated by wanderlust and a bid to get to the bottom of the climate crisis, WOC writer and Climate Reality Leader, Kim Michele, set off on an adventurous journey earlier this year to the mysterious ‘7th Continent’ - Antarctica. In the first of a series on the icy, distant landmass, she talks about the ‘Carbon Sink’ phenomenon, the effects of climate change, and the need to fight to protect Antarctica - like our world depended on it.
In the wake of a rising number of intense rainfall and flooding events in the Windsor-Essex area, millions of dollars worth of property are at risk of heavy damage. As limited landfill space and rising CO2 emissions pose a bigger threat with each passing day, how do we work to sustainably recover damaged personal property? Content Processing Centre's Jeremy Brown breaks it down.
Windsor-Essex county has the perfect blend of city life, farmland and affordable, residential homes. However, in a increasingly populous world, where the need for sustainable practices trumps almost every area of development, how much will it cost us to maintain our North American style of living, and what do we do next?