We are happy to collaborate with some great partners, who share our values and our mission to create a sustainable future. If you want to discuss partnership opportunities, we are happy to receive your message via firstname.lastname@example.org or our contact form.
A Sustainably Simple LifeWebsite
This eco blog was created by Krista and Alison, who became friends over 10 years ago and soon came to see how their lifestyles and values mirrored each other in many ways. While their lifes differ with respects to family, housing, and work, both of their core beliefs (and content) focus on sustainability, simplicity, and being budget conscious.
Happy Eco NewsWebsite
Happy Eco News was founded in January of 2018 to help find some positivity in the vast sea of negative environmental news.. They are posting to the site a minimum of 5 times every day and every Monday the newsletter provides a top 5 list of the best stories.
Let's Go Zero WasteWebsite
With the waste issues our society is facing today, it’s time to make some changes to our lifestyles. However, when starting to live zero waste it can be difficult to find local options. So, they are here to help you find low-waste-friendly places nearby & online, including a helpful sustainability blog
Live Green TorontoWebsite
Livegreenperks is an award-winning program by the City of Toronto that was started to engage residents and businesses in greening the city and protecting our environment. Livegreenperks is a related program that encourages sustainable choices for consumers.
Of Houses And TreesWebsite
Of Houses and Trees is a blog about sustainable design, sustainable living - sustainable everything. It began in 2012 as an online outlet for writer, dancer and treehugger Larissa Swayze and has grown over the past decade into a place meant to inspire others to green their homes and their lives - one small change and a time.
Plastic Pollution CoalitionWebsite
Today, as the first and most established organization focused solely on plastic pollution, Plastic
Pollution Coalition provides a broad tent for organizations, businesses, and individuals to join together, change business as usual, and support policy and legislation to stop plastic pollution. We could not agree more with this purpose and are glad to do our small part.
The Eco HubWebsite
If you’re looking for smart ideas for healthy, green living that fit into an already full life, The Eco Hub is the right place for you. The founder Candice has more than 30 years’ experience in sustainable living and shares valuable tips and tricks empowering you to make simple, mindful choices for yourself and the planet.
Wylderr offers a free local guide to living a more sustainable life in Toronto. They have a newsletter that is delivered every Thursday.