Archive for January, 2010

Visit the Guelph Organic Conference: Attachment

Later this week, the small city of Guelph, Ontario, will be hosting their 29th annual Guelph Organic Conference. Organized and promoted non-profit  ‘Organic Food Conferences Canada’ (OFCC), this conference will tackle everything from organic living to building to industrializing.

5 healthy eco-Widgets & -WebTools: Attachment

Green is such a diverse industry with many niches within the niche – carbon footprints, eco-travel, fair trade, clean energy, pollution, green investing, and recycling – to name a few. Let’s pay homage to the underrepresented aspect of eco-friendly that is directly linked to

Carbon uptake lessened by climate change: Attachment

A new study shows that despite what we’ve learned in the past, an increasingly warmer climate allows for less absorption of carbon dioxide by subalpine forests.

Harvest Salad (raw, vegan, gluten-free): Attachment

We absolutely love raw vegan cuisine, especially when its made by author Jennifer Cornbleet. We’ve reviewed two of her books:  Raw Food Made Easy and Raw for Dessert… Both of which we highly recommend for quick, easy and delicious raw vegan dishes.

New Whole Foods initiative: “This is my year to…”: Attachment

Whether you do it big or keep it small, making a difference can have an impact on any level. That’s why when I read about a new initiative from Whole Foods Market, I definitely wanted to spread the word.

From grey to green – 12 ways in Taiwan‏: Attachment

Taiwan’s not all sky-skimming building, neon night markets and honking traffic. Escape the concrete jungle of Taipei and explore her astonishing landscapes, wildlife and tribal cultures.

More lutein in my broccoli, please: Attachment

Carotenoids are the fat-soluble plant compounds found in many vegetables. They are the most important source of vitamin A,  a valuable antioxidant essential to our health.