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Upcoming Event Dates: November 9, 5.30 - 7.30 PM – Mobility and Transport for a One Planet Region November 23, 5 – 7 PM – A just and sustainable food system for a One Planet Region December 14, 5 – 7 PM - Arts for a One Planet Region The Greater Victoria Region...
Local food experts share a wealth of knowledge on everything from growing citrus fruit to food security, featuring Vancouver Island non-profits and leading edge small businesses dedicated to healthy, nutritious and delicious...
Forest health is best understood as the rate of recovery from ecological stresses caused by fire, logging, insects, etc. Greater stress means poorer health and longer recovery.
Stewardship is not about “cleaning up the mess.” Salvage logging will rarely contribute directly to ecological recovery.
Courtesy of the Times Colonist Despite its name, the Ministry of Health is anything but focused on health. Like the “health-care system” it directs, it is largely focused on managing people with all manner of diseases, injuries or disabilities. Only a small part of...read more
Upcoming Event Dates: November 9, 5.30 - 7.30 PM – Mobility and Transport for a One Planet Region November 23, 5 – 7 PM – A just and sustainable food system for a One Planet Region December 14, 5 – 7 PM - Arts for a One Planet Region The Greater Victoria Region...read more
Local food experts share a wealth of knowledge on everything from growing citrus fruit to food security, featuring Vancouver Island non-profits and leading edge small businesses dedicated to healthy, nutritious and delicious...read more
From a young age I was fascinated by medical technology. When I was about 7 years old, in 1956, a very old lady next door was using an antique electric muscle stimulation tool on her leg muscles which were stiff. She said it made her feel better. I was fascinated as a child to see her leg muscles pulsing from the electric field. When I asked our family doctor what that electric stimulation tool was about, he told me it was all “quack medicine” that did nothing at all.read more
On November 1st, 2017 the BC Utilities Commission issued its final report to the Government on the Site C Inquiry, which is available for download from the Inquiry website. In response to the Provincial Government Order in Council (OIC) the Commission was instructed...read more
Our second episode covers how an internationally-renown filmmaker, photojournalist, singer/songwriter duo, and a fine art photographer are all creating change through their craft. Featuring striking imagery and insight into the power of art.read more
We know it as “Mount Doug,” but to the W̱SÁNEĆ people, it is P’Kols. Stories about it go back to the beginning of time, and our appreciation of this place is incomplete without understanding why it calls to so many of us.read more
Enjoy a compiled list of films and documentaries related to food issues throughout the world.read more
Courtesy of the Times Colonist Perhaps the most startling claim made by the Lancet Commission on Pollution and Health, in its Oct. 19 report, is that “despite its substantial effects on human health, the economy and the environment, pollution has been neglected” and...read more
Why spiritual freedom? This question offers people the power to look deeper and come up with their own answers. There is great mastery and strength when you take charge of your life.read more
Our first show takes a creative approach to the future of Transportation and includes interviews with numerous people throughout the region and Salt Spring Island.read more