In 2007, residents in Sydney, Australia created a movement by turning their lights off for one hour in support of climate change. This marked the beginning of Earth Hour. The following year, 35 countries participated in this World Wildlife Fund initiative and last year, on Earth Hour’s 10th anniversary, millions of individuals, businesses and organizations … More Connect2Earth this Earth Hour
Spring has sprung and even though it doesn’t feel like spring, there are a number of community events taking place. These include clean-up events (one of which will be profiled in an upcoming blog), an eco-film festival, events hosted by the city’s Sustainable Development Committee and Burlington Cycling Committee and more. Please visit http://www.burlington.ca/environment regularly … More Upcoming Local Environmental Events
In 1990, the City of Burlington declared itself a sustainable development community: a community that is in harmony with its environment and strives to provide its citizens with safe, comfortable livelihoods. The Burlington Sustainable Development Committee (SDC) was subsequently established as a volunteer citizen committee appointed by Burlington City Council to advise on issues that … More Celebrating 25 years!