Considering the ascendance of environmental issues in recent years, and the commitment of many organizations to social and environmental justice, it is reasonable to assume that many nonprofits are interested in limiting their ecological footprint although they may, like many Canadians, not know exactly how to do so. BIG on Green's Transitions to Greener Workplaces Program makes it easy for organizations to reduce their environmental impacts.
Through our Green Workplace BOOTCAMP series of workshops, BIG on Green help organizations implement a customised environmental the ISO 14001 Environmental Management System. LOG IN to register for this event. Our first session is a full day workshop where we will help organizations establish an environmental management system.
REGISTER YOUR FRUIT TREE and help alleviate hunger in your community. We have an abundance of fruit growing on trees in residential areas like Mississauga yet every year, thousands of pounds of this delicious organic food drops without being harvested, attracting insects and animals like wasps and raccoons.
A recent article written by Mehrdad Nazari published on Prizma Blog questions the ability of NGOs to implement the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Environmental Management System. By virtue of their incorporation status, NGOs have a long established practice of transparency and active participation by stakeholders...
A community garden is any group of people that come together to garden. Community gardens come in many different shapes and sizes. They can be large or small, on the ground or on rooftops, in plots or in planters. And they can be a mix of all of these things.
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