In this week’s archival show, we talk Maude Barlow’s Blue Future and whether artificial or au-naturale is the way to go for a certain festive symbol.
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Maude Barlow’s Blue Future
When we think about water security and sustainability in Canada, the first name that comes to mind is Maude Barlow. Her newest book, the third and final in her series focused on water sustainability, is called Blue Future. Here is Terra Informa’s Matt Hirji with an interview captured at the beginning of her latest book tour.
Christmas Tree Showdown
We’re starting to get to that time of year when many of us are on the lookout for a new Christmas tree for our living rooms. We’re usually faced with one of two options: springing for the real deal, or going artificial. But who wins in the ecological showdown between the two types of trees? Each has its pros and cons, but when it when it comes to deciding which is naughty and which is nice, the answer isn’t so cut-and-dried. Before sprucing up your den this holiday season, you might want to hear some of the facts, which Hamdi Issawi will take us through.
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