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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CityStudio: putting campuses to work on Greenest City goals

Educators, professionals and citizens pull up a chair and share.

Pipeline opposition takes on Pacific Trails natural gas project

Activists converge on the offices of Apache Corp. to protest a natural gas pipeline linked to fracking operations in BC and Alberta.

Vancouver to press for increase in late-night bus service

City can argue its case, but the decision sits with TransLink.

Cashing in on Canada’s tar sands: refineries and other industries

Who profits from refining and working with tar sands products? Part three in our series exploring who has high stakes in the oil sands.

Gitxsan hereditary chief insists Enbridge deal has no support from communities

Anti-pipeline advocates adamant that Enbridge’s “good news” stories won’t shake strong opposition.

Jay and Silent Bob return, on stage and on the air

Hitting the Vogue Theatre this Wednesday, "Jay and Silent Bob Get Old" features Jason Mewes in a live, uncensored podcast with Kevin Smith.

Gitxsan divided on Enbridge Northern Gateway deal

The attention-grabbing agreement between Enbridge and the Gitxsan Treaty Society sparks heated discussions over levels of opposition and support.

Cashing in on Canada's tar sands: oil transporters

Which companies profit from oil sands transport operations? Second in a series exploring who has high stakes in the oil sands.

Tzeporah Berman and Councillor David Cadman slam Canada's Kyoto decision

Greenpeace's Tzeporah Berman and outgoing COPE councillor David Cadman respond to Canada's announcement that it will not renew commitments to Kyoto.