Our Projects

  • Green Revitalization in Vancouver’s Chinatown

    This project aims to highlight the sensitive balance between urban greening and green gentrification in vulnerable cultural neighbourhoods and to showcase how interventions can be chosen based on cultural and community suitability.

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    HoodHub

    A reimagined neighborhood corner store that facilitates much more than simply groceries. Other than being a space for farmer sourced and zero waste groceries, it hosts a kitchen during off season to enable accessible food options. It is also a place for the community to hang-out in, have meetings, collective gardening, attend classes and events and much more!

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    Filipinx Engagement

    This project explores the barriers & tools for engaging the Filipinx community on Green Rainwater Infrastructure in Vancouver.

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    Street food for Bees

    Green rainwater infrastructure sites are small areas of planted municipal land that help urban sprawls deal with excess rainwater. We aim to enhance the green space services they provide by ensuring they have enough plants that are highly beneficial to pollinators. This will be done by developing a statistical tool which can assess the plant distribution in a site.

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    Vancouver

    Roofs of Resilience

    A public outreach campaign to generate social impetus to drive the adoption of green roofs in Vancouver by creatively and effectively imparting knowledge to Vancouver's residents.

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    Vancouver

    GI Smart

    GI Smart is an app to help educate Vancouverites about Green Infrastructure sites throughout the city and engage them in volunteer activities through GI information, an interactive GI map, a reporting system for problems with GI sites, and a volunteer system for locals to help maintain GI sites.

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  • De-Reconstruction