Apologies for the lack of posts for a long time….Here’s what’s been happening, two years in the making. A team of people, with support from Natural Resources Canada, BC Hydro and many local and regional stakeholders, have developed a comprehensive new program targeting energy and resource consumption and solutions for buildings and the built environment….
VIEW FROM SEMIAHMOO SITE TOWARDS WHITE ROCK The City of Surrey is hosting an open to all ideas competition for five centres in Surrey: “Shifting towards Sustainable Suburbs” Map of Surrey’s Historic Neighbourhoods visit the Surrey Townshift site
Gaining Ground, Resilient Cities, Urban Strategies for Transition Times, Vancouver, Canada, October 20-22, 2009. Check out the “Shoulder Program” offerings also
Here’s another of a few influential people I’ve come across, in one way or another, that could be said to be advancing sustainability in the built environment. She was not without critics, and possibly did not use the term “sustainable”- all of which makes her that much more interesting… Jane Jacobs was an American-born Canadian…