Alexis Stoymenoff

Alexis Stoymenoff covered environmental policy and sustainability issues for the Vancouver Observer from 2011-2012. Prior to VO, she worked in print, online news, radio and television. She has also traveled to India and Thailand for documentary projects. Alexis is a graduate of UBC School of Journalism, and she's also a former treeplanter with a passion for all things wild and green. In June 2012, she left VO to work in communications for a local environmental group.

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Premier Clark says B.C.'s coast belongs to Alberta (and all of Canada), not just B.C.

BC Premier Christy Clark said the west coast "doesn't just belong to British Columbia", but some British Columbians disagree.

Scaling roofs with snowmen, sparkling lights and Santa's sleigh

If you can’t stand the house next door showing you up with their dazzling Christmas lights, it’s time to call in University All In One.

Alberta set to fail on emissions targets: Pembina report

A new report from the Pembina Institute calls for a shift in Alberta’s greenhouse gas policies, and the province says they’re open to suggestions.

Volunteers get their wrap on to help families living with HIV/AIDS at A Loving Spoonful

Local charity will be wrapping up a storm, raising money to help feed individuals and families living with HIV/AIDS.

Facebook goes green. Greenpeace says, “Who’s next?”

As Facebook announces a shift to clean energy, Tzeporah Berman says a new Greenpeace campaign will target other tech leaders next spring.

Shad talks about his Christmas memories

Juno award-winning hip hop artist Shad K shares his visions for Canada this holiday season.

Green gift ideas for an eco-friendly Christmas

Some of Vancouver's best sustainable holiday shopping, wrapped up in this handy guide.

Canada's Kyoto withdrawal lampooned in Taiwanese animation

Stephen Harper says "F*&% the UN" in this animated video from Taiwan's Next Media Animation.

Shamed by Canada's Kyoto withdrawal, enviros turn to cities

Hannah McKinnon, campaigns director with Climate Action Network Canada, says Canadians should be "ashamed" of government.

Canada's Kyoto treaty withdrawal: "Our grandchildren will condemn us"

Canada gets two thumbs down for its inaction -- and bad action. Youth delegate says talks did little more than lay "a road map to devastation”