Singapore’s huge Supertrees blend innovative technology and natural greenery, creating spectacular views from both ground and treetop.
With minuscule tracking devices glued to their backs, bees are valuable research subjects to psychologists studying memory and learning.
Scientists are developing technologies to recover phosphorus, but they face barriers, including a lack of awareness of the problem.
A Vancouver art gallery sends new artists across the Pacific on a cargo ship to foster their creativity.
Local grassroots organizations aim to reduce wasteful plastic straw usage in the bar and restaurant industry.
Environmentally friendly burial options are offering people the chance to carry their environmental ethics beyond the grave.
An investigation into the ongoing housing crisis of Vancouver’s Chinatown and Downtown East Side, and the groups trying to solve it.
Despite challenges, Vancouver residents and businesses are finding ways to successfully curb their plastic consumption.
Taproot, Kauai, is a farming community that supplies herbs, spices, and exotic fruits and vegetables to adventurous chefs.
The continued growth of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch is motivating advocates to find innovative ways to clean it up.
With a few inexpensive, eco-friendly lifestyle changes, helping Mother Nature has never been so easy. Here are a few options to consider adopting in your everyday life.
Vancouver Aquarium’s Ocean Wise program educates and empowers consumers to make sustainable seafood purchasing decisions, easily.
By skillfully showcasing the ocean’s bounty, this dining spot is quickly becoming a Vancouver favourite.
Innovative UBC program provides a new generation of farmers with agricultural education and hands-on experience.
Re-using and recycling old technology is just the first step in reducing the environmental impacts of electronic waste in our world.
Washing synthetic fabrics in conventional washing machines is adding harmful microplastics to the world’s oceans.
Fashion Designer Nicole Bridger talks about the importance of sustainable fashion in this one-on-one interview.
From mushroom surfboards to bamboo bicycles and hemp beer: once futuristic, eco-friendly alternatives are available now.
As real estate costs grow ever higher, owning your own home can seem impossible. But the tiny home trend proves that with a little work and a lot of ingenuity, small-scale living is a viable alternative.
With the global popularity of disposable fashion comes the increasing destruction of the world’s water sources and ecosystems. Your $30 jeans may feel good and look fashionable, but what price does the environment pay?