Exploring Neighbourhood Energy Futures

  Join us for a hands-on workshop exploring community energy, neighbourhood design, and quality of life issues, as part of the Marpole, and Grandview-Woodland neighbourhood planning processes. These workshops will help residents include Vancouver’s Greenest City goals for Climate Leadership, Green Buildings, and Green Mobility into the neighbourhood planning processes.  Learn more.

Art & Sustainability @ CIRS

Please join us on March 18!  Visit our facebook page. A few words from the artists …. From Architect Derek Kaplan… What follows began with an open-ended question about the relationship between architecture and sustainability.   Standard “green” procedure formulates what architecture can offer sustainability in the terms of energy efficiency, recycled building materials, renewable energy […]

Art & Sustainability @ CIRS

Art & Sustainability @ CIRS

An evening of New Music and New Visual Work explore the evolving relationship between art and sustainability at UBC’s Centre for Interactive Research on Sustainability Event Opening | Sunday March 18 | 8 pm CIRS on UBC campus, 2260 West Mall | Admission is free    

a place of mind, The University of British Columbia

Greenest City Conversations Project
Institute for Resources, Environment & Sustainability
Room 431, 2202 Main Mall,
Vancouver, BC,
Tel: (604) 369-1750

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