The holidays bring joy to many, but can also take their toll on the environment. Here are some great ways to keep the season bright and green at the same time.
1. Choose memories over objects
The holidays are a great time to reconnect with friends and family after a busy year. Remember that meaningful experiences create lasting memories. Enjoying a …
On June 4, 2015, Poet Laureate Mary Pinkoski closed the Emerald Awards with a new piece written for the event. Her beautifully-crafted piece (reprinted below) filled all with inspiration as she reflected on the outstanding achievements and contributions of the finalists and recipients recognized at the event.
There are people act as emeralds
Edmonton Poet Laureate (2013-2015 …
Stop the bottled-water madness. Buy a reusable container and bring it with you. Cheaper, more eco-friendly and potentially better for your health.
Don’t brush it off! Turning off the water while brushing your teeth can save more than five gallons of water a day.
Second-hand is first-rate! Consider buying used before buying new. You’ll save money and reduce the global impact. The library is a great place to start.
With #3 …
EDMONTON, AB – “And the finalists for the 24th Annual Emerald Awards are…” Today, at Edmonton’s City Hall, nominees joined the Alberta Emerald Foundation, its sponsors, volunteers and other members from the local community, to find out who would be taking another step towards receiving the coveted environmental award.
Over the past weeks, a panel of knowledgeable third-party judges with cross-sectoral experience rose to the …