Vancouver at night. Photo: Tanner Vines.
Last weekend, ministers from 195 countries agreed to aggressively curb their greenhouse gas emissions in order to slow the effects of climate change. Delegates agreed to targets that will stop global warming at 2°C (with a preference for stopping at 1.5°C.)
In 2014, the Province enacted the Water Sustainability Act (WSA), replacing the century-old Water Act. In order for the WSA to meet its mandate, the Act requires additional details and regulations to help water users manage demand on BC’s water resources.
The BC Cycling Coalition will share lessons drawn from other complete streets efforts from around North America in an effort to encourage public support. Photo: Picture BC, Flickr
The Real Estate Foundation's Board of Governors approved 10 grants at the September grants meeting, totalling $531,200. This list is ordered alphabetically, by recipient organization.
The Indigenous Community Planning Initiative is a five year pilot project. The Real Estate Foundation awarded a grant of $316,723 to support an adjunct practice professor position. Photo: Jeff Cook, UBC Scarp
In 2011, the Real Estate Foundation of British Columbia granted $316,723 to UBC’s School of Community and Regional Planning (SCARP). Watch our latest Project Spotlight Series video!