A CO2e diet calculator and community meal sharing app.
Exploring the role of students in a Zero Waste Ambassador program.
A video promoting the use of reusable cups.
Understanding environmental education and programming offered at each community centre.
Collecting user feedback on safety and comfort of Vancouver's bike routes.
A wilderness recovery strategy that aims to educate and empower Vancouver’s residents to help the built environment work more closely with the natural environment.
An investigation of the challenges and possibilities for including the Iranian community in the city's sustainability efforts.
An investigation into barriers and facilitators to youth cycling in Vancouver.
Determining which form of advertising provokes greater engagement around the consumption of red meat.
Recycling in all City of Vancouver parks.
Revealing Vancouver’s food recovery resources.
Designing and building the infrastructure that supports outdoor learning in Everett Crowley Park.
Urban Campfire is a bid to hold communal campfires in public spaces throughout the city.
Improving community safety and encouraging interactive play by illuminating Vancouver’s parks during the dark winter evenings.
Engaging and activating orphaned greenspaces in Vancouver.
A project series connecting high-level, policy-based goals with real people by connecting around a Long Table.
Ugly Apples is a local, handmade and accessible solution to the problem of food waste.
An exciting card game centered around biodiversity and fun!
The board game that teaches youth about Vancouver's shoreline health.
Barriers and opportunities to reducing single-use cold cups in restaurants.
Helping to create bike-friendly businesses.
Assessing rockweed in False Creek to help restore natural urban ecosystems.
A bee awareness centre in Vancouver which provides workshops, tours, a restaurant, and retail space for public education on bees.
Increasing awareness about the benefits of natural settings for mental well-being.
Understanding and promoting environmental education programming through community centres.
Spatial analysis of marine bird communities and recreational disturbances along the Kitsilano shoreline.
Furniture designs developed entirely from upcycled source material.
Ambassador program that equips neighbours to collectively lower their ecological footprint.
Five experiments in art and engagement in Northeast False Creek.
Encouraging and facilitating outdoor learning inspired by the Park Board's Rewilding Vancouver strategy.
Signs in your community pointing you to local, sustainable food assets.
Repairing gaps in Vancouver’s bicycle network to improve accessibility for cyclists in the city.
Research into a bird program for Vancouver.
Food waste diversion pilot projects in Vancouver’s multi-family buildings.
Choy-On-The-Go provides fresh affordable produce to Chinese seniors in the DTES.
Understanding the current opportunities and challenges faced by clothing providers in Vancouver.
Assessing bike routes for an assisted-cycling program.
Conceptualizing the implementation of ‘Living Walls’ in Vancouver.
Communicating ecological footprint information to diverse audiences.
Citizen science program enlisting the help of grade three students to collect data on forest health indicators.
An inclusive consignment and upcycling community to help educate and divert textile waste from landfills.
An initiative to reduce single-use items by encouraging restaurant patrons to bring reusable containers.
A social media campaign raising awareness of the negative impacts of single-use cups.
An educational installation to show the potential of underutilized urban spaces to enhance biodiversity.
Modelling friendly citizen behaviour and engaging Vancouverites in whimsical conversation.
Redirecting surplus food from local businesses to a youth meal program.
Pilot project bringing outdoor classrooms to the city.
Colouring Cambie aims to create temporary chalk-painted pedestrian walkways that are interactive and engaging.
Bringing bike repair stations to the streets of Vancouver.
Research and mapping of unused public land in the Grandview-Woodland neighbourhood.
Furniture design and research for Vancouver's deconstruction wood waste to meet the 2015 landfill ban.
A fun, place-based, experiential learning resource in the form of a quest.
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