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McDonald's fish gets MSC Eco-label as sustainable

McDonald's says it will begin selling its fish sandwiches in boxes with the blue Eco-label of the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC). McDonald's has agreed to audits that will verify it serves only Alaskan pollock certified by the MSC as sustainable.
In the Media by JohnThomas Didymus

Photo Essay: Target 100 event brings the farm to the city Special

Sydney - Target 100 is a commitment to deliver sustainable cattle & sheep farming in Australia by 2020. On 17 and 18 December a virtual farm was set up in the heart of Sydney’s central business district to promote the initiative.
Digital Journal Report by Richard Milnes - 4 comments

Video: Eco-village enjoys organic living in rural Russia

Many people are changing their way of living, opting out of the big cities and moving into eco-friendly, sustainable villages and eating healthy, organic food.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 2 comments

Soccer: Red meat products off the menu at Forest Green Rovers

Nailsworth - For some English football fans, indulging in a meat pie, burger or hot dog is often more exciting than the action of the pitch. Unfortunately for fans of Forest Green Rovers, they no longer have the option of purchasing any red meat products.
In the Media by Christopher Bates

Fancy hitchhiking across Africa? Special

Want to hitch-hike across Africa to raise awareness of humanitarian issues? A project called Thumbs Up Africa is looking for six couples to hitch from the Netherlands to Cape Town in South Africa. It is a journey of 15,000km down the east coast of Africa.
Digital Journal Report by Lynn Morris - 2 comments

Evergreen Brick Works Opens in Toronto

Toronto - The Evergreen Brick Works site recently unveiled its surroundings with a weekend open house for all of Toronto to explore. The property has been transformed from barren land and dilapitated buildings to one of the most inspiring complexes in Toronto.
In the Media by Bryen Dunn

Wolgan Valley: The new benchmark in eco-resorts? Special

The commercial attraction of environmentally sensitive and ecologically sound resort developments is a given. But just how far is a developer prepared to go to demonstrate their green credentials?
Digital Journal Report by Roderick Eime

Exclusive: Local Food isn't as Expensive as People Think Special

In a report soon to be published, food expert Hugh Joseph discovers that eating local sustainable food only costs $10 more per month. He explains how to choose produce and items that won't dent the wallet or fatten the waistline.
Digital Journal Report by David Silverberg - 6 comments

Op-Ed: A Green Art Showcase in Ontario Special

These days, it seems there is no dearth of gloomy stories in the media. Recession, violence in Pakistan, swine flu deaths – take your pick. But when youth, art and green get together, there is hope yet for this beleaguered planet.
Digital Journal Report by Moushumi Chakrabarty

Maya Women Go Nuts For Ancient Super Food

The Mayan people of Central America once cultivated a super nut crucial to their diet. The Spanish came, using the nut died out, and so did a lot of Mayans. The trees didn't go away so once again some Maya are looking to the ancient nut for a way forward.
In the Media by Lenny Stoute - 2 comments
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