Launching a real estate development in Downtown Eastside Vancouver opens some doors. 21 Doors.
A recent post on the Environmental Leader website highlighted some of the ‘green’ guidelines recently updated by the Federal Trade Commission, for communicating environmental claims on everything from toothpaste to tires. According to the FTC website, the guidelines are made to ensure ‘voluntary compliance with such laws by members of ...
Biking the Greenway to a meeting in East Van, I spotted this news box outside the Emily Carr University of Art campus. Nice work, whoever. You got it in one.
GreenBriefs blogger Lorne Craig stands up in front of Vancouver's Mayor and Council at City Hall to share his Green Capitalist vision of Vancouver. See the speech here!
When is a political attack ad NOT an attack ad? The Green Party's new TV spot, attacked by Green Briefs.
Why the cheap plastic poppy is out of date for today's Remembrance Day, and a few solutions to improve it.
Who knew stock photo models could be so mean? Support the Union Gospel Mission or whatever homeless helper charity you believe in. — Post From My iPhone
Anyone who thinks Vancouver is quite green enough thank you very much had better hang on. We ain’t seen the half of it. But that means more green jobs and a better economic outlook in the long term. So says Sadhu Johnston, Vancouver’s Deputy City Manager, at a presentation put ...
As a Province that has just spent millions to convince tourists to visit her pristine vistas, Alberta can’t be too happy with the new campaign from Corporate Ethics. “Rethink Alberta” billboards are going up in Seattle, Portland, Denver and Minneapolis that compare the tar sands to the BP Blowout oil ...
Protesters at the Olympic Village Open House show their disappointment at the reduced amount of social housing in the neighbourhood. The giant bird shows his disappointment at being made of plastic.