The 25-year-old designer's eponymous label uses sustainable fabrics in wearable, everyday threads.
In an effort to divert waste from landfills, local forestry student Felix Böck taps into the potential of bamboo utensils.
There's no room for complacency, given recent reports of accelerated melting in the Arctic, Antarctic, and Greenland.
The recently opened boutique carries sustainably and ethically produced apparel, accessories, and home items from hard-to-find brands.
Staff will return with an amendment to the parks control bylaw by May 15.
It shouldn't come as a huge surprise that Ironworkers Local 97 supports the B.C. Liberals.
The revival of marine mammals off the B.C. coast has been one of the most positive environmental stories in years.
The party’s environment critic, George Heyman, says the public expects “some form of science-based neutral advice” on costly megaprojects.
The Wilderness Committee's national policy director has been connected to nature since childhood.
UBC350's Kate Hodgson, 19, and Tsleil-Waututh member Parker Cedar-George, 20, are frightened by the impact that rising greenhouse gas emissions will have on their generation.
Carr is a liaison councillor to the West End, Point Grey, Killarney, and Strathcona/Downtown Eastside.
Dubbed the Heights, the six-storey, 85-unit mixed-use property at 388 Skeena Street is slated to be complete next spring.