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An interactive video game that allows students to explore community energy. Build your own neighbourhood and make choices to learn how you can be more sustainable in your community.
An interactive website that allows you to explore community energy. Zoom in on your neighbourhood and see what the energy potentials are for each community.
Incorporating environmental, social, and economic pillars of sustainability, the Renewable Energy Strategy lays out goals and tasks Vancouver must take to achieve 100% renewable energy in 2050 and reduce GHG emissions by 80% before 2050.
Learn more about Vancouver’s many greenways, and where the nearest one to you is located. Once complete, the greenway network will reach 140 km long and span from Marpole to False Creek!
What are the risks facing urban forests? How can we build resilience going forward? This strategy outlines the current condition of our urban forests, labels the threats, and describes how to move towards a more resilient future.
What has B.C. done to fight against climate change? Visit this site to see what has been done in the built environment, transportation, and industry sectors as well as across sectors.
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Cool It! is an interactive environmental workshop and contest for students in grades 4 to 7. In each 90-minute workshop, our Environmental Educators use videos, games, quizzes and discussion to build on students’ knowledge of climate change.
Curious about the emissions of other countries? Discover the emission levels of all countries and economies.
Snap a photo of a leaf, seed, or flower from an unknown tree and this app will help you identify it.
This website gives you a variety of beautiful garden-bed layouts, and helps you find the perfect plant for any corner in your garden.
Just how much canopy cover does Vancouver have relative to other cities? This website shows you the approximate green canopy cover of over twenty major cities, including Berlin, Seattle, Tel Aviv, and Cape Town.