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Invent the Future

Videos and essays from the BC Hydro Invent the Future Contest.

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Drowning in Consumer Goods

Less consumer goods means less packaging and transport, less working, and less waste.

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The bike powered school

Heat coffee and turn on lights. By using bicycle power we could find the answer to sustainable energy and invent...

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The Greg Tournino school of African-Canadian filmmaking

Local film historian Greg Tourino's top film and book picks about the African-Canadian experience.

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Roses are Red

A once-sweet ritual about love and appreciation has become over-hyped and over-commercialized.

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Preview: Live from a Bush of Ghosts

Theatre Conspiracy’s PuSh Festival performance reimagine's Live from a Bush of Ghosts.

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Up With Hope

Lessons on community and the human spirit through pictures.

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UVic Farm

A community supported agriculture system at UVic would promote food security, sustainability, community involvement and a host of other positive...

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A Family Affair: the 'Bill' of Rights

Reduce energy consumption of involving the whole family. Offer kid-friendly bills and learning tools as well as conservation awards.

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The Dream: Pedestrian and bike only bridges around the world

Some examples of how other cities have used people-and-bikes-only bridges.

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Salvaging silk and honouring culture

Vancouver Island artisan Josée Day recreates the traditional kimono in miniature form.

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Traffic stopper

Alan Hoffman's covered, pedal-driven velomobile is the perfect green rainy-day commuter.

What's Happening
Save the glacier

Vancouver's last remaining ice pack is disappearing.

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Homes go homeless

The solution to homelessness should be simple: homes.

What's Happening
ART DARTS: Klezmer in Vancouver

Who knew Vancouver had a cabaret-bohemian-gypsy music scene?

Music
Mojave band's Paul Jarvis in pursuit of the greenest CD

Local band Mojave is doing its damnedest to sell their music—sustainably.

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