This category includes web sites about the natural, scientific, and environmental aspects of the local area. It includes information about the natural environment, environmental problems, and scientific activities specific to the local area.
Promotes the application of skeptical, secular, rational and humanistic inquiry and the scientific method to address beliefs and practices and skepticism of . Includes newsletters, articles, and event information.
The Environment index is a gateway to explore environmental issues and answers on the City of Toronto website.
Information about the Leslie Street Spit, a park-like 5-km peninsula that juts into Lake Ontario close to downtown Toronto.
Provides garbage and recycling collection calendars on-line, and other details about reduce, reuse and recycle programs.
A non-profit club for amateur mycologists and others with an interest in wild mushrooms and other fungi.
Dedicated to the study, conservation, cultivation and restoration of native plants, and provides lists of publications, a seed exchange, and upcoming events.
The Toronto Entomologists' Association (TEA) welcomes everyone who is interested in the insects of Ontario.
City of Toronto provides information on pesticides, pesticide dangers and tips on keeping your lawn green.
Produce arrays and provide training and support to labs. Offers access to microarray scanners to local customers. Includes profile, products and services, and contact details.
Devoted to the advancement of astronomy and allied sciences. News, meeting and membership information provided.
Examines extraordinary claims with open minds and expose claims for which evidence and reason are poor. Originated as Skeptics in the Pub gatherings.
A registered charity that works with partners to achieve clean air, facilitate the exchange of ideas, advance change and promote and coordinate implementation of actions that improve local air quality.
Describes a Canadian entry to enter space, describing the vehicle, launch process, and the program.
Public agency devoted to the protection, enhancement, and public enjoyment of the renewable natural resources within nine watersheds in the Great Lakes Basin.
Group sharing interest in the hobby of maintaining an aquarium with fish and aquatic plants.
Established to help the city meet its goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 20 per cent by 2005. Loans and grants offered to community groups, government organizations and businesses, which work in partnership with TAF.
A volunteer-driven charity and leader in public education in horticulture, gardening and allied environmental issues for over 40 years. Includes its history and answers to FAQs.
This grassroots organization encourages the participation of Toronto citizens on local environmental issues.
General information, details on public viewing sessions, ongoing research and virtual tour of the observatory.
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