Green Dealership Leads the Way in Sustainability

By Sean Webber

Paul Kilpatrick  
VANCOUVER – Sustainability Television Update
June 2011
Ley de Derechos de la Madre Tierra (The Law of Mother Earth)

Paul Kilpatrick
VANCOUVER – Sustainability Television Update
July 14, 2011
Vancouver will have a new library opening this weekend, only this is not a library in the conventional sense.  Everyone is familiar with libraries and how they work; they are places to read, reference or borrow books and reading material.  Now the same concept of lending and borrowing is being applied to tools with the new Vancouver Tool Library (VTL).

December 2010 – Environmental photographer and advocate Mona Miri produced her latest series of images in aid of American conservation organization National Wildlife Federation’s efforts to raise funds and awareness to assist in the remediation of the Gulf of Mexico after the devastating BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill that took place earlier this year.

In 1992, I received a Diploma for Early Childhood Education.  I worked in Richmond for 3 years, then moved to Australia.  Out of our 5 years there, I worked at a German private school for over 3 years.  When I came back to Vancouver, I wanted to take desktop publishing.  When I signed up for it, they were just offering web design, so I took an additional course that taught me rudimentary HTML, Dreamweaver, Photoshop, Illustrator, Adobe GoLive (doesn't exist any more) and Flash.

Building Community: Young Adults Town Hall Report  
By: Jenny Peng
On October 15th I hosted a Young Adults Town Hall Meeting at the Collingwood Neighbourhood House in which young adults living in the Renfrew-Collingwood community participated in a forum in which they shared their own experiences living in the neighbourhood. 

My Art Gallery: Being In Harmony with the Tao
By: Jenny Peng
*Painting by Clark Peng, he was my first art teacher. 
He also happens to be my older brother, one of two.

In the most profound and translated text ever written, 老 (Lao) 子 (Tzu), or Old Man warned us two thousand years ago on the virtues of living in balance and the consequences of living unbalanced.
In harmony with the Tao,
the sky is clear and spacious,
the earth is solid and full,

Sustainability at the Richmond Museum

Sustainability Television Bottle Drive
By Betty Yan
On Sunday July 3, 2011 the Sustainability Television team will run its first ever bottle drive campaign to actively raise funds for community programming, help raise awareness sustainable living in our community, and encourage individuals to get involved in the movement.

A Short History of Progress - Ronald Wright

This article was originally printed in the Spring ’11 issue of Trim Tab, the International Living Future Institute’s magazine for transformational people and design.  To see this and other issues of Trim Tab, go to