Growing citizen movement looks to reduce greenhouse footprint at the local level.
Give you feedback on solid waste management at Kwantlen.
The Green Screen International Film Festival wraps up this weekend in West Van.
Independent Kwantlen group focuses on environmental action at the community level.
Environmental Protection Technology students bring attention to threats to B.C. Orca habitat.
A brief history of the day recognizing our earth.
Canadian environmental groups are vowing to fight a DFO Federal court court appeal.
Nothing is a bigger middle finger to Mother Nature quite like a mammoth, 300,000 litre-fueled Airbus A380 debarking on 21 hour flight.
Real or fake – which Christmas trees are better for the environment.
For those that frequent Kwantlen’s cafeterias, you may have noticed the addition of steel cutlery accompanying the usual disposable wares. Embracing eco-friendliness seems to have seeped into Kwantlen; a garbage bin cheerfully encourages students to use ceramic mugs instead of Styrofoam cups which can live in a landfill for 500 years.
The increase in urbanization in recent years has resulted in many challenges for local streams and rivers, including the destruction of delicate ecosystem. Despite the doom and gloom these rockbeds still have a fighting chance.
While the addictive nature of Facebook’s Farmville app may be to blame for a few failed quizzes, Kwantlen Polytechnic University students may finally have a chance to see if they have what it takes to bring in a harvest.
I continued to look into what baking soda could clean, and it looks like you can clean everything from the wine stain on your white shirt, to the mould infestation growing in your shower and the nasty toilet you’ve been abusing.
As oil spills terrorize our oceans and coastlines, oil tankers make their way through B.C. waterways everyday.