Hey Sustainable Peeps! It’s good to be back to almost normal, isn’t it? The times we’re living in have been a great cause of concern for many of us. So much stress! I almost don’t want to read the news anymore. But, we at Sustainable Cobourg are a [...]
Please welcome this month’s Sustainable Youth Spotlight: Alexia Boyagian! Alexia and her family have a garden at the Cobourg community gardens where they are able to grow their own food. She is passionate about reducing environmental impact through lowering her consumption of meats. “Producing beef uses 20 times [...]
The party's responses received to questions in advance of the May 20, 2022 All Candidate Forum included below:- NDP Party responses to advance Q Liberal Party responses to advance Q Green Party responses to advance Q
Healthy Planet, Healthy Humans! There is still time. Event until May 30 On-line and in-person at Venture 13 Cobourg Register to receive Zoom link https://www.go-opendata.ca/gohack22#!event-register/2022/4/26/gohack-2022
The Eco Action Advisory Group supports action that a positively impacts the environment, providing connections on sustainable policies that protect our ecosystems, and prevent soil, air, and water pollution in our community.
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In 1993, the Convention on Biological Diversity put the precautionary principle to work.
In 1987, the Brundtland Report consolidated decades of work on sustainable development
The First World Climate Conference happened in 1979 and opened up the science of climate change
Adopting sustainable practices, whether large or small, can have significant impacts in the long run. If every office worker in the United Kingdom used one less staple a day by using a reusable paper clip, 120 tonnes of steel would be saved in one year.