Green Toronto: Grassroots

The easiest way each of us can fight climate change is to minimize the environmental impact we make within our own home. Enter Grassroots, now going 13 years strong with locations in the Annex and the Danforth. Each store carries a wide range of environmentally-friendly products including home, cleaning and beauty supplies.

Recently I met Grassroots founder and environmental activist Rob Grand outside his store at 408 Bloor Street West to find out a bit more about what makes them one of Toronto's greenest companies. Watch the video below:

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Previously in the Green Toronto series:

Part 1 - CarbonZero
Part 2 - Vert Catering

This is part 3 of 10 in our Green Toronto video series. We'll be publishing a new video in this series each weekday from now until December 14th. Photos from the blogTO Flickr Pool: Untitled by Gabi, Yonge Street by lost-effekt


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