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Board of Change

CRED and Board of Change tech panel: "Is BC poised to be the next tech hot spot?"

At Board of Change event, CRED points to tech as more important than the resource industry in terms of B.C.'s economic future.
Comox-Helmcken Greenway:Transportation 2040 & Greenest City 2020

Board of Change learns of City's ambitious cycling and walking targets

Greenest City 2020 and Transportation 2040 action plans intersect at the latest Board of Change presentation.

Board of Change's Vertality 3 a fun, green networking party: photos

Vertality 3 was an evening of great green fun: drinks, dance, great music and networking galore with all of Vancouver's greatest sustainable and socially conscious businesses. Here are the photos to...

Drinks, dance, networking and social change at Board of Change's Vertality on March 14

 Interested in sustainability? Imagine green business networking opportunities on the level of TEDx, only with dance music. You're invited to Vertality, "Vancouver's social change bash for...

Kinder Morgan rep won't rule out possibility of one million barrels a day for expanded pipeline

A Kinder Morgan representative and former Port Metro COO debated environmentalists about the merits of the company's pipeline expansion proposal at a panel sponsored by The Board of Change.

BC pension fund invests in companies contributing to climate change

With time, even the Canadian government will see a price on carbon as more benign than paying the cost of climate change catastrophes.

Vancouver can reinvent the global economy: Vancity

And the nation's leading credit union has the figures to prove it.
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Trailblazing women at Board of Change panel discuss virtues of female leadership

A star-studded panel of women leaders engaged in a passionate discussion last Thursday night about one of the most pressing questions our time: what is the role of women and leadership in the new...

Pro-oil side M.I.A. at Board of Change pipeline panel

Panelists Rafe Mair, Rex Weyler and Art Steritt all agree on one thing: pipelines and tankers make no business sense for British Columbia.

A Board of Change panel "Oil Tankers and Pipelines: Good Business or Impending Disaster?"

Local social enterprise group Board of Change is hosting a panel to discuss the pros and cons of oil tanker traffic and pipelines through the Burrard inlet and up BC's coast. Do the economic...