Sustainability Video Picks 2018
Each month we will features a different video of the best sustainability talks from GreenBiz.com, TED conferences and other online content of interest.
The Problem With E-Waste
When you upgrade your cellphone, have you thought about what happens to your old one? You might be surprised to find out that e-waste is the fastest growing source of toxic waste in the world. What else is in our electronics that we are throwing away?
Reefs At Risk
You may have read recently how some sunscreens are harmful to coral reefs, marine life, and people. This film takes viewers underwater to investigate the impact and follows those on land working to protect our marine environment.
Cause or Cure?
We’ve clung to the belief that with enough investment, we will find cures for what kills us. Have we become so enamored with the search for elusive cures that we fail to seize opportunities for prevention?
People’s Climate Movement
On September 8th 2018, the Peoples Climate Movement will move tens of thousands of people across the country into action, joining partners from around the world, to show our elected leaders that we demand action on climate change.
Zero Waste Family Makes No Household Garbage for 3 Years!
Learn how a Toronto family of 4 strives to live zero waste. Grab a pen and paper; you will want to write down some of these tips!
5 Reasons To Buy an Electric Car
Virtually experience driving a 2016 Nissan Leaf. discover the many benefits of driving and electric vehicle.
Highly fluorinated chemicals provide stain- and water-repellency in many consumer products and building materials but they can be harmful. Learn how to reduce their use to improve health and environment worldwide.
The Diet that Helps Fight Climate Change
You don’t have to go vegan to fight climate change. Research shows that small changes to our diets can make big differences.
Takeout creates a lot of trash. It doesn’t have to.
Our single-use items aren’t helping the fight against climate change but there are easy hacks to reduce and reuse.