Halton EnviroGuide 2021
An educational environmental directory to help you to be
a more mindful consumer
HEN is pleased to introduce the new 2021 EnviroGuide, a free educational directory designed to help you be a more environmentally mindful consumer.
What we buy, where we shop and eat, and how we spend our time can influence our greenhouse gas emissions (GhGe). The guide aims to help you find the places and resources to help reduce GhGe in our community. Looking to discover a new plant-based restaurant, a new hiking trail, or a local farmers’ market? The EnviroGuide has it, and more!
The EnviroGuide has been updated for 2021 and features the details of...
- environmentally-friendly businesses
- service providers
- environmental groups
- municipal resources (including parks)
Everything in the guide is local to the Halton community and the surrounding area. The theme of this guide is stewardship: being stewards of ourselves, of community, and of our environments and the earth are all connected.
HEN wishes to help empower the Halton community to find local options that support climate change action, environmental sustainability, and the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions.
If you would like to be featured in future editions of HEN's EnviroGuide, please reach out to us at email@example.com.
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Check out Canoe Garden Resources, This is a special HEN, ArtHouse and ROCK partnership:
JK to Grade 8 students will paint "retired" canoes which will be transformed into pollinator gardens. Read more here.
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For more information about potential Depave Paradise projects in Halton, please contact Andrea (firstname.lastname@example.org) to discuss ripping up pavement and replacing it with native species! You can also find out more here.
Check out the Food Loss and Waste Report and Infographic.
Follow #HENZeroFoodWaste on social media for more tips and tricks on reduce your own Food Waste at home!
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Check out Synchronous learning tools provide a virtual learning environment for students.
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Find out more about #HCCReads Campaign for 2020, as we read Shelia Watt-Cloutier's Right to be Cold, pick up your copy at your local library or online.
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