The Sustainable Switch

Our Resources

Stay up-to-date on sustainable information both locally and abroad with our featured links & articles from a series of reliable external sources. Click the button below to see what’s new!

The Sustainable Switch is a multi-faceted social enterprise working tirelessly to provide relevant sustainable information to the public, providing a platform for youth, and working collaboratively with Toronto’s various communities and businesses to transform the City.

Are you a civilian?

Our talented staff have curated a number of resources that we offer exclusively at no cost. As we conduct more research & deepen our connections, we will continue to provide easy-to-use resources for the community.

Are you a business?

We have established a number of free & premium resources for local businesses. We continue working to create industry-specific resources to help businesses in their decision-making and in carrying out various analyses.

Original Articles from The Switch

Sustainable Product Spotlight: Mouche

As consumers become increasingly aware of climate change and their own environmental footprint, willingness to spend more money and more time looking for eco-conscious products has become the norm. One of these new products on the block is Mouche, a sustainable replacement for your traditional tree pulp tissues. Mouche is made of bamboo which bringsContinue reading “Sustainable Product Spotlight: Mouche”

Canada’s Wildfires & Climate Change 2021

In Canada, from April to September, the country is used to experiencing a number of wildfires from the Yukon to Newfoundland & Labrador. However, as climate change continues to worsen, the frequency and intensity of these fires are expected to increase, and so is the devastation caused by them – whether to the environment orContinue reading “Canada’s Wildfires & Climate Change 2021”

We abuse land because we regard it as a commodity belonging to us. When we see land as a community to which we belong, we may begin to use it with love and respect.

Aldo Leopold