Our Projects

  • Clean Cooking with Electricity

    Burning gas for cooking is not only a threat to climate action but also to human health, as these appliances are sources of indoor air pollution. Clean Cooking with Electricity encompasses a public census, marketing campaign, and infographic recommendations to provide an evaluation based on equity, diversity, and inclusion to encourage Vancouverites to make the switch to induction stoves.

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    Vancouver

    FridgeShare: Community Fridges For People to Exchange Food For Free

    FridgeShare exists to address food insecurity and food waste through mutual-aid. A FridgeShare is a community fridge for people to share excess food with those in need. People take what they need or leave what they can, while supporting collective solutions for food insecurity and food waste in our city.

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    Metro Vancouver

    FoodWhere?

    FoodWhere? centres on data from food assets for the Latin American community in Vancouver. We used an environmental scan to analyze online information. We found several information gaps and a lack of food assets which might intensify the food insecurity of this community, in Vancouver.

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    Vancouver

    It’s Inexcusable Be Reusable

    Shifting consumer preferences for bringing a reusable drink container and helping them in their push to reduce the number of single-use items consumed by the city on a day to day basis.

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  • How Does the Public Understand ‘Best Before’ Dates?
    Food waste: Educate to mitigate
    Shared Boundaries
    Omniate
    Fence³ (F³)
    De-Reconstruction
    Capra Tilapia
    Metro Vancouver
    Addressing Food Waste at the Retail Level
    An exploratory study about consumer interactions with produce displays and its effect on food waste.
    Global
    A Taste of Home
    How intergenerational practices of food and culture preservation reduces food waste.
    Vancouver
    It’s Inexcusable Be Reusable
    Shifting consumer preferences for bringing a reusable drink container and helping them in their push to reduce the number of single-use items consumed by the city on a day to day basis.
    Downtown Eastside (DTES)
    312 Main Community Asset Mapping
    Building the foundation to a resilient neighbourhood.