Statistics Canada has produced a report on Human Activity and the Environment 2011: Economy and the environment. Statistics on Canada’s environment are first looked at from an international perspective and are then presented for the following main themes: natural wealth, natural …
Archive for July, 2011
Halton Region and its Inter Municipal Advisory Committee on Sustainability have produced a report on 2010 Best Sustainability Practices: Halton Municipalities and Elsewhere.
2011 marks the fifth anniversary of Places to Grow – the Growth Plan for the Greater Golden Horseshoe. A five year progress update has been produced.
The Bruce Trail Conservancy is reminding those who use the Bruce Trail that it is a footpath — not meant for bicycles and motorized vehicles. This is due to landowner permissions, safety, and ecology.
According to a recent report submitted to the Ministry of Transportation, the value of the natural features of the Flamborough-Burlington area is over $900 million. This is the area the MTO is proposing to pave as part of the Niagara-to-GTA corridor.
Refilling your water bottle in Oakville just got easier. The Town of Oakville has partnered with Blue W, a national not-for-profit organization that promotes drinking tap water and reducing the amount of plastic bottles that go into landfills. Look for the Blue …
ecoENERGY home retrofit grants are back until March 31, 2012. New and past participants must obtain a registration number to be eligible.
The federal government is proposing that the polar bear be designated a species at risk. The deadline for comment on this proposal is Monday, August 1.