E-Books Published By Found Press Media
Memories of a Carnivore: A Vegetarian in Korea
Memories of a Carnivore: Adventures in Eating Ethically. Raw, humorous, irreverent. Fragmented. Rural & exotic locations, bizarre meals & language barriers.
FPQ2 and Memories of a Carnivore
Memories of a Carnivore: Adventures in Eating Ethically is also available as part of FPQ2, a great four-piece collection!
FPQ Complete Collection 1 and Memories of a Carnivore
Memories of a Carnivore: Adventures in Eating Ethically is also available as part of FPQ Complete Collection 1, an amazing sixteen-story collection!
Articles Published By Simplified Living Magazine
Canadian Shield Consultants & Community-Based Environmental Stewardship
Canadian Shield Consultants, a water and wastewater consultation, construction and engineering services firm, advocates community environmental stewardship.
Amy Miller's The Carbon Rush: Fighting the Climate Crisis for Social Justice
The Carbon Rush social justice film exploits Canada's role in carbon markets & the poverty & illness resulting from the supposedly green for-profit industry
Winterizing Home the Green Way
Winterizing home the green way is important. Increasing energy efficiency and reducing costs tops everyone’s list. Luckily, they go hand in hand...
Holiday Overeating: Guilt-Free Fulfilment
A common stigma tends to surface around this time of year: fear of holiday overindulgence & its after-bulge. It’s no wonder holiday overeating is a problem!
Greening the Lunch Box: Waste-Free and Healthy Lunch Ideas for School or Work
Simplicity is a must when packing a healthy lunch for school or work. Going waste-free is easy on the wallet, good for your health and the environment’s too
Articles Published By Straight Goods News
Ontario Closing Provincial Parks, Reducing Ranger Program
The Ministry of Natural Resources announced 10 provincial parks will revert to non-operating status & the overnight Ontario Ranger program will be day-based
Municipalities Across Canada Request Exemptions From CETA
A secret international trade deal puts too many restrictions on local governments. Many municipalities are passing resolutions seeking exemptions from CETA.
Occupy Toronto Gets Under Way
At an Occupy Toronto General Assembly, a self-described Raging Granny asserted through the human microphone, "We are involved in a new way of thinking."
Sit-In Protests Keystone XL Pipeline
Nearly 1,000 people gathered on Parliament Hill before the Centennial Flame to protest the Keystone XL pipeline, which would bring tar sands oil to Texas.
Bottled Water Bans Spread Across Canada
Bottled water is costly, environmentally damaging and less safe than tap. Canadians request bottled water bans within municipalities, schools and workplaces
Articles Published By Travel Magazines
10 Advanced Uses of CouchSurfing
I've gathered all my top CouchSurfing tips in one place. Make the best out of being an indie traveller with this guide to 10 advanced uses of CouchSurfing.
Reverse Tourism in French River
Reverse tourism, exploring what it's like to see home through the eyes of visitors, helps travellers see things they never would have without a local guide.
Hiatus on Titicaca: Rowing Across
Getting to Isla del Sol by crossing Lake Titicaca in a rowboat was a blast! In a hiatus on Titicaca, I slow down to savour fleeting but memorable moments.
Hair Cares in Ecuador and Peru: Take It All Off!
A new travel article by a short-haired young woman with no hair cares inspires female travellers who might be facing their own particular cultural barriers.
Building a Future for Ecuador's Fauna at Merazonia
Just off the beaten path in Ecuador, on the edge of the Andes and the Amazon Basin, you'll find Merazonia, an animal rescue centre still under construction.