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Sometimes you just have to go a bit crazy….

September 30th, 2011 · No Comments

Unicycling while playing Ukulele. This was my Crazy Sustainable Commute 2011

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Tags: Events · Sustainable Lifestyle · Unicycle Case Studies · Unicycling

All aboard the Green Express for Monterey.

June 5th, 2011 · No Comments

The day started too early, but cycling along the False Creek seawall at dawn gave Vancouver a quiet grace I have not seen for a long time. Bus through customs was uneventful, though an extra $10 to put a bike in the hold for a 3 hour trip seems a bit much. At the Amtrak […]

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Tags: Events · Stories from The Road · Sustainable Brands 2011 Road Trip

Introducing hPad. Hemlock Printers goes analog to tell their digital evolution story.

December 6th, 2010 · 11 Comments

The hPad launch for Hemlock Printers. How to launch digital technology with analog design.

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Tags: Events · Green Creative · Printing · Production · Social Media · Sustainable Products · Unicycle Case Studies

Bike Fashion show a hot event, but needs to get out of hipsterville.

October 8th, 2010 · 8 Comments

I’m nursing a Stanley Park Ale in the pulsating hip basement of the Calabash Bistro, with a crowd of cyclist types way cooler than me. It’s Momentum Magazine’s BikeStyle Tour Fashion Show and it’s making me feel like a stowaway in bike geek heaven. Momentum is ‘North America’s Bike Lifestyle Magazine’. And they created a […]

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Tags: Environment · Events · Sustainable Lifestyle · Sustainable Products · Uncategorized

How to save the world, one Neighbourhood at a time: Bob Willard speaks to The Strathcona ‘Green Zone’ BIA

September 29th, 2010 · 4 Comments

Can a business improvement association label a whole region green? Vancouver’s Strathcona Business Improvement Association thinks so. They have branded themselves as the ‘Strathcona Green Zone’ and are in their third year of focusing, sharing and collaborating with local business members on sustainability. This was the message at Sustainability 3.0, an annual presentation and mini […]

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Tags: Events · Green Points of View · Research · Sustainable Businesses

Never underestimate the power of a fun idea.

August 3rd, 2010 · 3 Comments

Have you got a sustainability idea or initiative to get off the ground? You might want to take yourself a lot less seriously. Less than two months ago, the Crazy Sustainable Commute was just a fun office idea in the head of Steve Unger, a Senior Director at SAP. The concept is now gaining momentum […]

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Tags: Events · Green Creative · Green Positive · Social Media · Sustainable Lifestyle · Unicycle Case Studies

iPhone Pic of the Week – May 15

May 16th, 2010 · No Comments

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.

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Tags: Events · Green Politics · iPhone Pics of the Week

Veggie Fueled World-Record-Breaking Van is one green ride.

May 5th, 2010 · No Comments

The irony was obvious. I was stopping for petrol at the Esso station in Hope BC as I glanced over to the parking area and saw a young couple self-fueling their Toyota Delica with a hose leading from a trailer fill of waste vegetable oil. I soon learned Tyson Jerry and Cloe Whittaker were on […]

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Tags: Events · Green Points of View · Green Positive · Sustainable Lifestyle

ScrapArtsMusic – Tops off my Earth Day with a Bang. (And a nice marketing spin)

April 22nd, 2010 · 5 Comments

How the whole event came together reads like an ad for Social Media. I saw a Twitter Tweet from Granville Online, (a Vancouver green living website), promoting a video profile of a local ‘band’ who was making music with instruments constructed from recycled Vantown scrap. It looked like such a fascinating prospect for an Earth […]

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Tags: Art · Events · Social Media · Sustainable Lifestyle

Social Media Conference NW – navigating the new sustainable media.

March 25th, 2010 · 3 Comments

Waking up at 5:30, I have to wonder if driving a carbon-spewing vehicle across an international border to sit in a room full of strangers watching someone speak about the power of remote digital connections… isn’t just a little ironic. Regardless, I’m here at the Social Media Conference Northwest, to navigate the constantly-evolving thicket of […]

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Tags: Events · Published Articles · Research · Social Media