It’s easy to mock efforts by localities to take on climate change – looked at in isolation and strictly by the numbers, no matter how boldly they move…
A conversion of the old stock exchange building will give Vancouver badly needed office space and support the city’s sustainability goals, the mayor says.
Making the recycled plastic asphalt involves 20 percent less fuel and will lead to major savings in the long term.
Free Spirit Tree Spheres, located on five forested acres on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, offers novel accommodations for eco-travelers amid the treetops.
The Bee House makes use of living walls and a green roof planted with bee-friendly greens, part of a built-in beekeeping system designed for the urban farmer.
The Zero E House designed by two Scottish architects uses Passive House construction and onsite renewable energy generation to achieve its net zero profile.
Designed by Perkins + Will to met the high eco-standard set by the Living Building Challenge, the VanDusen Botanical Garden Visitor Centre is a thing of beauty.