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Green for Life™ provides environmental advisory, reporting and education to support a better business and improved bottom line performance; from Green Practices to Carbon Accounting, Analysis and Trading. We focus on improving the profitability of business operators by understanding their environmental impacts.

Green for Life™ will perform consultations, assessments and verifications for Green Certification in accordance with the standards established by the Green Business League.

Benefits of a Sustainable Management Program:

  1. Increased cost savings to your asset portfolio
  2. Reduced energy and water consumption
  3. Reduced waste output
  4. Reduced transport costs and emissions
  5. Longer life cycles on workplace devices
  6. Detailed facilities retrofit investment planning
  7. Increased resources to manage initiatives
  8. Leadership within the City/Town
  9. Detailed Environmental Reporting by industry sector
  10. Reduced GHG inventory from Community

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Presently, SEEDS offers programs in over 2,000 Canadian High Schools and in over 8,000 Elementary and Junior High Schools.

Summarized Chronology

  • 2008 - A new program, Habitat in the Balance, goes online at
  • 2007 - GREEN Schools grows with the B.C. government's support and translation of some materials into French. 
  • 2006 - The SEEDS Foundation is 30 years young and celebrates its successes at a birthday bash. The Energy Literacy Series is completed with all 11 modules available at
  • 2005 - SEEDS creates new challenges to celebrate the Alberta and Saskatchewan Centennials.
  • 2004 - The first seven modules of the Energy Literacy Series are completed and available on the internet (Wind, Biomass, Nuclear, Coal, Petroleum, and Wave and Tidal).
  • 2003 - After several teacher focus groups, SEEDS decided to update and reintroduce the Energy Literacy Series. This program will use leading edge technology teaching aids. Targeted at secondary school students this web-based educational program includes interactive virtual tours and animations that demonstrate important scientific concepts.
  • 2002 - SEEDS received the award for Outstanding Achievement in Environmental Education from the Salt Lake Organizing Committee for the Olympic Winter Games of 2002 as a part of the Spirit of the Land - Salt Lake 2002 Environmental Program.

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We are Ontario’s leading business association working to build a greener, more sustainable economy for the province of Ontario and beyond. Our members understand that this can only be achieved by focusing on a triple bottom line:  people, profits and the planet.  At the same time this approach allows us to:  

  • Lower our costs through savings on human, material and energy inputs.
  • Increase revenues by adding new markets and improving margins.
  • Improve our reputation and brand in the marketplace.
  • Enhance the company's image with customers, the community and other key stakeholders.
  • Reduce financial and legal risk by improving regulatory compliance.
  • Attract, retain and motivate the best employees. 

Consumers and the community at large trust us because they know that we are committed to the goal of constantly improving and increasing the sustainability of our businesess, products and services.  This will guarantee our businesses and employment remains strong for generations to come.


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