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Kananaskis Kids Protect Watersheds & Wetlands

Millions of families visit the Canadian province of Alberta and take home memories of stunning natural beauty. Far-reaching boreal forests in the north, endless prairies stretching eastward to Saskatc…


Fracking: Does Anyone Know The True Cost?

Earlier this year, an oil well blowout in rural Alberta was traced back to a hydraulic fracturing (or fracking) operation over half a mile away.  This event added oil and chemical spills to the mounti…


Corporate Social Responsibility is a Joke to Reebok

In light of Reebok’s recent sexist ad campaign advocating for infidelity, I thought it would be interesting to see what other enlightened messages Reebok’s visionary spin doctors are serving up. Ac…


The Other Side of Occupy

The Occupy Movement was one of the defining news stories of late 2011; however, much of the hope and meaning behind its original vision was lost in growing apathy, divisiveness of purpose, intrusion b…


The Nuu-Reiki Project: Japanese Healing Meets Native American Tradition

The value of cultural diversity reveals itself in so many ways. A group of inspired Reiki Masters and Reiki practitioners have brought this ancient Japanese healing modality to remote West Coast Nuu-…


Local Foods to Feed Our Future

Have you ever had to choose between food or shelter? Recently, I was stunned to find out that, in Clayoquot Sound in British Columbia, Canada, many respondents to a survey on food issues had to choo…


Be An Earth Day Family Every Day

Raising children is hard enough without worrying about the environmental consequences of your parenting choices. Don't sweat it. You already care about your child's well-being and earth-friendly choic…


Salmon Stakes: Save a Fish, Save an Ecosystem

Where have all the salmon gone? You might expect to hear this from your fishing buddy after an unsuccessful outing on the water. It is much more alarming when marine biologists, scientists and conse…


about Curtis Cook

Curtis Cook is a Non-Profit Executive committed to creating healthy, resilient and sustainable communities. He is a two-time book author and writes about the environment, sustainable development, and clean technologies. He lives in Alberta with his beautiful wife and soulmate Michelle.

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