Author Archives: Elina St-Onge

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A Compact, Self-Watering Garden System That’s Powered By Fish!

Lettuce Evolve is an Aquarium-Powered Garden System that allows you to grow tons of fresh food for you and your family, while saving time, space, and money. The system is extremely versatile; it can be used Aquaponically (with fish) or Hydroponically (without fish), or you can simply fill it up with soil and use it […]
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Wellness Classes In A Stranger’s Home Near You? Check This Out!

Would you go to a stranger’s home for a yoga class? Would you offer your living or work space for the well-being of others? If you were offered a wellness class for free, would you contribute fairly for the benefit of future students? A small group from Montreal is about to find out, and could significantly revolutionize wellness as […]

Senegal Transforming 14,000 Villages Into Ecovillages!

Original Article: Valhalla Movement “You think there is just a desert and a tyrannical regime, with nothing happening on the ground. And then you go in, and find all these people doing fantastic work in their communities, like peace projects, environmental justice projects and community building. Suddenly, you have a totally different image and landscape emerging from […]
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Modern Knowledge Tour Canada 2015 – Don’t Miss It!

There is something to be said about getting together with conscious-minded, driven, and passionate people, and Modern Knowledge does this in a most unique and sincere way! Connect, Inform and Elevate Quoting directly from their website: “Modern Knowledge is a Canadian based grassroots platform that assists in creating awareness about important and thought provoking subject […]

17-Year-Old Creates A Brain-Powered Prosthetic Arm

Meet Easton LaChappelle, a 17-year old high school student from Colorado. When Easton was only 14, he decided to build a robotic hand from LEGO, fishing line, and a few servos. His project won the teen 3rd prize at the Colorado Science Fair. It was there that he met a 7-year old girl that was born without an […]

This Is What Happens When You Confront A Rothschild Banker

  We all like to talk about how the elite of this world are greedy psychopathic individuals who don’t see the harm in destroying the planet and impoverishing fellow human beings for the sake of accumulating wealth and power for themselves. Most of us have probably thought about what we would say if we came face to […]

How To Be A Professional Journalist (And Skip The Student Debt)

Do you want to be a journalist but don’t know where to start? Or perhaps you just don’t want to bother wasting 4 years of your life in school learning outdated curricula and ending up in massive student debt just to *MAYBE* succeed? If so, you need to check out Change Media University. Luke Rudkowski, independent journalist, activist […]

The NutriTower: Indoor Gardening Made Easy!

I’ve always dreamed of having my own indoor garden so that I can be self-sufficient during winter, but I live in a tiny apartment and have no room for a hydroponic system… Or so I thought! Thanks to the NutriTower, this dream of mine is now possible! The NutriTower The NutriTower is a vertical hydroponic system specifically […]

One Simple Truth We All Should Know (VIDEO)

As much as changing the world might sound like a very daunting, complex task, I believe it doesn’t need to be. Sure, humans do complicate things… a lot but: “Life is really simple, but we insist on making it complicated.” – Confucius According to the current way of thinking, we not only need to figure out […]

Overpopulation: Fact Or Myth?

Before starting this article, I wish to specify that it is not because I choose to question the concept of overpopulation that I also question the need to end poverty, overconsumption and environmental destruction. Overpopulation may be debatavle, but poverty and unsustainable practices are a reality and my life is geared towards raising consciousness about alternative ways to […]