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September 2021 - Lunchbox Plastic Alternatives and Protecting Nature in Canada

Finding ways to eliminate plastic in the back-to-school lunchboxes

Are you looking for ways to cut back on single use plastics in lunch boxes this school year?   Stock up on 100ml mason jars!
  • They are a perfect size for vegetable or fruit servings. 
  • You can forgo the plastic wrapped cheese strings for cheese cubes, served in the mason jars. 
  • You can de-cant yogurt from a large container into your jar.  It's the perfect serving size. 
Once you have these jars in your home you will find the uses for them are endless!

Canada invests $796 million to collaborate with provinces, territories, and other partners to protect nature across the country

The Minister of Environment and Climate Change and Minister responsible for Parks Canada, the Honourable Jonathan Wilkinson, announced  this month funding to support provinces and territories and other partners' actions to recover species at risk and protect and conserve lands and freshwater.

This investment intends to support interested provinces and territories to develop bilateral nature agreements with the federal government,  protect priority ecosystems, and support recovery actions for priority species at risk. The agreements will also help support a green recovery by ensuring the coordinated delivery of nature-based solutions to climate change.

Excerpted from Environment and Climate Change Canada. Click the link for the full article.

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