Community News Archive

On January 28 of 2013, municipalities from across BC came together for the A Brighter Tomorrow: LED Street Lighting in British Columbia workshop hosted in Burnaby, BC.

The Sharing Project is a new research initiative that aims to investigate cooperative models for economy by exploring potential for transitioning into a more collaborative, sharing-based economic system, i.e., a sharing economy. Based in Vancouver, BC, this research will explore,

Last week, Natural Resources Wales became operational bringing together the previous work of the Countryside Council for Wales, the Environment Agency Wales and the Forestry Commission Wales.

We have just added Food Secure Canada's press release page to the Food Security resources section of the Solutions Agenda project.

Developed through MIT Center for Collective Intelligence, Climate CoLab is a project that aims to collect ideas from people across the planet for addressing the critical global issue of climate change.  Climate CoLab provides

Produced by New Scientist using data from NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies Surface Temperature Analysis, Your Warming World is an interactive map that displays global climate data for last century.

The World Health Organization (WHO) and World Meteorological Organization (WMO) have collaborated to created the Atlas of Health and Climate, a document that draws linkages between climate change and the increase in diseases such as such as diarrhoea, malaria, meningitis and dengue fever.  As stated in the p

Open.undp.org presents the United Nations Development Programme's (UNDP) 6,000+ development projects and 8,000 outputs in 177 countries and territories worldwide.

The Students for a Just and Stable Future of Harvard University initiated a campaign in September that calls for a divestment of Harvard’s endowment from the top 200 publicly-traded fossil fuel corporations.

The World Meteorological Organization's (WMO) annual greenhouse gas (GHG) bulletin has noted that GHGs reached a record high in 2011.