Vancouver’s Beaty Biodiversity Museum Showcases Island Conservation

Photo: Christopher Mortenson – Beaty Biodiversity Museum

Beaty Biodiversity Museum, located on the University of British Columbia main campus, is an under-the-radar gem. From now until October 23, 2022, it houses a transformative exhibition that invites visitors to perceive and interact with their local environment and their planet differently.

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Vancouver’s Beaty Biodiversity Museum Showcases Island Conservation

Vancouver’s Kickstand and Our Community Bikes Make Cycling Accessible to All

Kickstand; Photo: Caleighkats

Vancouver is an incredibly bike-friendly city, with a comprehensive network of bike lanes, a bike sharing system, and a supportive community committed to cycling. Nonetheless, even though cycling is a more affordable mode of transportation compared to driving, there are still many barriers. Fortunately, Vancouver organizations are making biking even more inclusive and accessible to everyone in the city.

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Vancouver’s Kickstand and Our Community Bikes Make Cycling Accessible to All

Vancouver’s Rethink2gether: Reducing Food Waste in the Hospitality Industry

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According to Ben Liegey, CEO and Co-Founder of Vancouver’s Rethink2gether, avoidable food waste in Canada costs $49 billion a year, with $7 billion coming from the hospitality industry alone.

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Vancouver’s Rethink2gether: Reducing Food Waste in the Hospitality Industry

Support Local Farmers and Producers at Vancouver Farmers Markets

Photo: Vancouver Farmers Markets (Kitsilano Market)

Vancouver Farmers Markets have just launched their spring season, with various markets open all across the city. These vibrant local food hubs have a long and proud history in this city that began nearly three decades ago. Continue reading:
Support Local Farmers and Producers at Vancouver Farmers Markets

8 Ways to Celebrate Earth Day in Vancouver

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Vancouver is a fantastic place to live, work, and play, but it needs help for our city to continue thriving. Earth Day is a chance to reflect on our relationship with Mother Nature and do our parts to preserve and protect our health, our families, and our livelihoods. Continue reading:
8 Ways to Celebrate Earth Day in Vancouver

Indigenous-Led Tours in Vancouver Share Knowledge on Culture and Ecology

A family enjoying a guided canoe experience with Takaya Tours at Deep Cove; Destination BC/Hubert Kang

With the arrival of spring, James Healy is excited to lead tours again in a 35-foot canoe along the spectacular coastlines of Burrard Inlet. Healy, manager at Takaya Tours, is especially excited about one aspect of the tours.

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Indigenous-Led Tours in Vancouver Share Knowledge on Culture and Ecology

Vancouver Convention Centre and Binners’ Project: Proud Partners in Sustainability

West Building Aerials – LEED; Sourced from Vancouver Convention Centre

The Vancouver Convention Centre is iconic in Vancouver’s downtown core for the distinctive green roof of its West building and the white sails of its original East building. Not only is it gorgeous, but the Convention Centre, as the city’s flagship event and conference venue, embodies a continued commitment to sustainability. “Our philosophy is that Vancouver is one of the most beautiful cities in the world, and we are proud to not only showcase it throughout our facility, but to also help ensure it remains beautiful for future generations through our sustainability practices,” says Adam Radziminski, Director of Sales for the Vancouver Convention Centre.

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Vancouver Convention Centre and Binners’ Project: Proud Partners in Sustainability

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