It’s no longer enough that a building is efficient in its energy use.
A regional strategy is seen to provide a fair approach for residents and business across Metro Vancouver.
Urgency is reflected in this year's theme at Vancouver International Film Festival's Sustainable Production Forum.
The founders, Matt Hern and Carmen Mills, came up with the idea to express opposition to the provincial Gateway Program.
The local plastic- and packaging-free grocer unveiled a new name and look ahead the opening of its first permanent store.
The Keep Vancouver Spectacular program has resulted in the collection of nearly 100,000 bags of litter over 22 years.
This eco-tourist B&B has a windmill, solar power, and a water wheel, not to mention an outdoor shower and incredible hiking opportunities.
If B.C. Hydro follows in the footsteps of other utilities and allows feed-in tariffs and demand-response pricing, home storage of electricity could generate a lot of cash for homeowners.
The annual event was started in 2011 by students at Windermere secondary school.
According to the city, detached homes account for 31 percent of greenhouse gas emissions given off by buildings.
Local companies Zero Waste Market and 505-Junk are just two examples.
While the idea is being embraced in Paris, New York, and Chicago, it's been slow to catch on in the city that Green calls home.