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Life in the Green Lane
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Environmental journalist Candice Batista shares video clips and eco-savvy advice from her TV show, A Greener Toronto.

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Candice Batista is the host, creator and producer of A Greener Toronto TV series airing on Rogers TV. She is an Environmental Journalist and green living advocate/expert who has dedicated her life to animal rights and the environment. Before creating A Greener Toronto, Candice spent 4 years at Canada’s “The Weather Network”, working with leaders in both the meteorology and climatology fields. In 2007, Candice was endorsed by the Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society (CMOS), certifying her expertise in the scientific breakdown and communication of weather patterns. From her new in-depth understanding of global weather patterns, Candice became increasingly distraught with global warming and climate change. Her love of the natural world and all its inhabitants led her to create and develop her own environment show. A Greener Toronto is the first local TV show in Canada to showcase how people are fostering and facilitating environmental stewardship. In 2009, Candice was nominated as an “Earth Angel” by The Toronto Star. She has appeared on countless TV shows, radio and in print as an expert in green living. In addition, she has hosted and emceed over 20 green events in Toronto, including the largest green living expo and trade show, The Green Living Show. You can catch Candice on the web at, where she provides video eco tips on how to live a more sustainable life. Along with A Greener Toronto, Candice is the host and associate producer of Pet Central on The Pet Network and is currently developing her second environmental TV series for ichannel entitled “Global Footprints”, and is currently working on her first book. Candice is the national spokesperson for the AIR MILES My Planet Program, an initiative aimed to drive Canadians towards more sustainable buying practices. Candice holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Ancient Civilizations and Broadcast Journalism.


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