A CO2e diet calculator and community meal sharing app.
Keeping young people connected to the world with free mobile charging stations.
A student-focused manifesto designed to impact the Vancouver City Plan.
Helping to create bike-friendly businesses.
Communicating ecological footprint information to diverse audiences.
Empowering creative freelancers to find work and build relationships using an online job platform.
Increasing Indigenous votership and political involvement in Vancouver.
An educational installation to show the potential of underutilized urban spaces to enhance biodiversity.
Bringing free, playable pianos to public spaces in Vancouver.
Ambassador program that equips neighbours to collectively lower their ecological footprint.
Urban furniture activated with public art.
Fostering connections and reimagining public space through collaborative community art.
Pilot project bringing outdoor classrooms to the city.
Historical plaques designed to ensure that meaningful stories from the past figure prominently in the way this area is envisaged for the future.
Colouring Cambie aims to create temporary chalk-painted pedestrian walkways that are interactive and engaging.
Possibilities for public space in Vancouver's West End.
Engaging and activating orphaned greenspaces in Vancouver.
Ugly Apples is a local, handmade and accessible solution to the problem of food waste.
An exciting card game centered around biodiversity and fun!
To create community agency in placemaking by providing a toolkit for creating free cozy spaces.
Ten local artists provoke, prototype and test new visions of art and civic life in Vancouver.
Partnering with food establishments to provide $5 student meals.
Materials to encourage citizen participation in the 2018 municipal election.
A service that provides local businesses with personalized continuity plans to recover from a disaster faster.
Strengthening workplace communication and interactions that foster wellbeing.
An interactive music space for people to connect and feel uplifted.
Bringing art and engagement to an underutilized space in the form of public chalkboards.
Welcoming and including homeless citizens in neighbourhoods outside of the Downtown Eastside.
Modelling friendly citizen behaviour and engaging Vancouverites in whimsical conversation.
TeaTalk is a mobile tea-serving cart that offers space for conversation and social connection.
Redirecting surplus food from local businesses to a youth meal program.
Community concierge pilot project creating vertical communities in apartment buildings.
Signs in your community pointing you to local, sustainable food assets.
Exploring social sustainability and geographies of social inclusion in the city.
Repairing gaps in Vancouver’s bicycle network to improve accessibility for cyclists in the city.
Research into a bird program for Vancouver.
Choy-On-The-Go provides fresh affordable produce to Chinese seniors in the DTES.
An interactive light up bike and walk way that integrates art into active transportation.
A guide to enhance current housing strategies by incorporating students’ needs.
Exploring the role of students in a Zero Waste Ambassador program.
A toolkit for designing art-centric, nighttime events for youth.
Conceptualizing the implementation of ‘Living Walls’ in Vancouver.
A platform that optimizes the way parents explore, compare and arrange care for their children.
A modern take on increasing political knowledge and participation amongst low-income households.
A large scale blanket fort that is a space for all ages to meet, connect and play.
A community board designed to share skills and interests for a more collective Vancouver.
Connecting individuals and building a more self-reliant community.
Revealing Vancouver’s food recovery resources.
Five experiments in art and engagement in Northeast False Creek.
Encouraging and facilitating outdoor learning inspired by the Park Board's Rewilding Vancouver strategy.
An innovative experiment in placemaking.
Introducing shared public firepits on Vancouver beaches.
Improving community safety and encouraging interactive play by illuminating Vancouver’s parks during the dark winter evenings.
Bringing bike repair stations to the streets of Vancouver.
Research and mapping of unused public land in the Grandview-Woodland neighbourhood.
A fun, place-based, experiential learning resource in the form of a quest.
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