Our Projects

  • Vancouver

    Walkable Communities

    This project helped the City of Vancouver gain an understanding of what a “walkable community” means from the perspective of Millennials ages 20-34, and identified key aspects of such communities that should be incorporated into its ‘Vancouver Plan’. By 2030, The City of Vancouver hopes 90% of people are living within an easy walk and roll of their daily needs.

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    Vancouver

    Roots to Resilience: A Community Engagement Framework

    Our framework outlines an engagement process for building ongoing, trust-based relationships with the public. We propose a user experience linking actions and emotions for Green Infrastructure projects. Our vision is to empower residents to advocate for future GI and stronger climate policies.

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    Vancouver

    Reasonably Radical

    A Climate Change Education Podcast is a new form of professional development for our increasingly uncertain world - one that is honest, urgent, hopeful, and above all, radical! This podcast will help all educators see themselves as climate change educators. Join us!

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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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    Metro Vancouver

    A Fossil Fuel-Free Future

    What would Vancouver look like without fossil-fueled vehicles? We came up with a fun and safe way to engage youth on the Vancouver Plan during COVID: an online design challenge. Four teams designed their vision for a fossil-fuel-free Vancouver in 2050 and presented their ideas to City staff.

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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
    Capra Tilapia
    Yaletown Roundhouse
    A Simple Practice, Skip the Plastic
    Research-based solutions for overcoming barriers to reusable bag usage.
    Vancouver
    Creating a Zero Waste Vancouver
    Strategies for plastic bag reduction and waste diversion in community centres.
    Vancouver
    Project Turbocharged
    Electrifying youth to drive change
    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.
    Harvest Community Foods
    Bike ‘n Business
    Helping to create bike-friendly businesses.