Green

passionTOaction: Five young women get passionate about sustainability

These Grade 11 students have a wide variety of interests -- from water, fossil fuels and waste reduction to deforestation, food security and youth empowerment.

Strategic voting in B.C. ridings “crucial” for outcome of federal election

DECISION 2011: Anti-Conservative group promotes strategic voting to prevent a Tory majority -- even if it means voters have to hold their noses.

Water markets wreak havoc in Australia

The New York Times “Green” blog recently waded into the issue of how to allocate water in times of scarcity.   The post looks at whether the experiences of Australia, including water...

Eleven effective habits for a greener 2011

Everyone's doing it: green is the new bottom line. Can being green become just another effective habit for you this year?

The Green Mama's Guide to Greening Christmas (and any other Winter Holiday)

The Green Mama shows you how to celebrate more, spend less, and all around green your holiday.

How to REALLY green your child's classroom in five easy steps

There is a lot of talk about going green, but many schools haven't caught up. Kids our most vulnerable and they spend 1/3 of their days in schools, many that are making them sick. What can you REALLY

Farmers on 57th: growing living food

Gardens are a natural way for community to come together: at the farmer’s garden on 57 and Cambie, people come to picnic, exercise, commune with the stars, learn about gardening, sit in the garden, su

FIFA World Cup Day 8: preview

Germany's View The Germans were the most impressive team in the opening round of games. They destroyed an Australian team that experts said could pull off some surprises. Germany comes into the game...

Fifa World Cup Day 2: Disaster for England

The day started off with an impressive performance from the South Korean team beating Greece 2-0. A Lee Jung Soo goal in the 7th minute off a free kick was a disaster in the Greek backline as Lee Jung

Lovena Galyide's backyard garden

Lovena Galyide in her first-year garden.