Algae are known for creating natural oil, which is already part of several experiments with biofuels.
Our clients love us so much they BLOG about us! There's all kinds of helpful info for families moving in Toronto and the countdown tips.
Green Building Festival, Canada's premier event on the business and design of green building since 2005, will be returning to Toronto again.
On March 28, lights around the world will be turned off as over 2,700 cities representing 83 countries celebrate EARTH HOUR 2009.
Bullfrog Power is getting more popular in Toronto for green hydro option!
'Tankless' or 'on demand' hot water systems have been used in Europe & Asia since WW2, but are only now coming into common use in North America.
Just to let you know - in keeping with our general 'green' philosophy, we have switched to 100% recycled paper!
Natural, organic, sustainable local food is not only good for the environment but also tastes better!
Attend one of Toronto Building's Renovation Forums and start planning now to make your home safe and a sound investment!
Earth Hour is a global event, with 24 cities worldwide participating and taking the simple steps needed to reduce our emissions.
Do your part by contacting the Yellow Pages and the White Pages to ask them to stop sending you a hard copy of the phone directories.
Little Geeks will gratefully accept any computer (Mac or PC), printer, scanner or computer parts from you of any age.
If you don't 'have' to own a car for the daily commute but sometimes need one, AutoShare may be for you.
This technology communicates with your AC unit to lower the amount of electricity it uses for brief periods of time.
Our client Stephanie Pelton Hatcher told us about this great organization that will give your old computer to a child in need.
How to be a green realtor. A lesson from Heather MacEachern.
What is known about the natural, complementary and alternative therapies, and their potential role in the prevention and management of cancer?
Exhibitors at "A Celebration of Herbs" range from some of Canada's largest health food companies to small growers and cottage industries.
H.O.P.E. Garden, which stands for Healthy Organic Parkdale Edibles and aims to bring fresh organic produce to Parkdale residents.
Continue the tradition of celebrating the anniversary of Cedarvale Park NOT being a Highway - and celebrate the Local Farmers' spring harvest.
Our clients Dave Ullrich & Helen Hawketts were instrumental in the RISE initiative, bringing solar power systems to neighbourhood homes.
On Sunday May 6, enjoy an amazing holistic retreat in the city while raising funds for natural health education & research!
The cleanup took place at the Todmorden Mills on Saturday, April 14, 2007, and it was a fabulous event. Thanks for everyone showing up!
Come join The Julie Kinnear Team at the 8th annual Friends of the Don East Spring Fling to help clean up the Don!