Geology of some buildings and monuments in downtown Vancouver.
A free public event for Nature Vancouver.
Trip leader: David Cook Meeting time: Noon. Meeting location: Will be revealed on registration. Duration: Approximately 3 hours. Difficulty rating: A (easy walking) Terrain: Street walking. Elevation gain: Insignificant.
The City of Vancouver has just launched a new Awards of Excellence program to recognize outstanding civic achievements made by individuals, organizations and businesses whose efforts make Vancouver a better city for all of us.
If you're a Burnaby high school student and you want to 1) create lasting change in the Burnaby school district by joining student initiatives or joining a city planning committee 2) talk directly to district staff and bypass the many common administrative barriers or 3) meet passionate, like-minded youth from other high schools, we want you to come to this meeting!
Gecko Makes It Easy How to reduce your impact, strengthen your community, and enhance your lifestyle. The range of new products available that have a deduced environmental impact continually impresses me. Ever the optimist, I take this as a sign that a real shift is happening in the way humans understand the connections between modern society and the natural systems we intersect. Yet, I do get a bit frustrated that sustainable products are often hard to find in my everyday shopping.
Why Eat Locally? We all sit down three times a day for a meal; or if your schedule is as busy as mine, perhaps you wolf down three servings of “whatever I had time to grab” while running to your next task of the day. Regardless of how structured your mealtimes are, food is a critical part of all our lives. Despite this, few of us consider exactly where our food comes from and how it gets to the plate in front of us.