Ventilated in Vancouver: What every effort has in common is not only a mission of widening sustainability, but...

The Centre for Interactive Research on Sustainability (CIRS) is an initiative of the University of British Columbia that focuses on accelerating adoption of green practices in the built environment. Its investigative domain is as diverse as the field itself, with tasks ranging from analyzing government policy and documenting green-building occupant behavior to creating a video game that teaches players about resilient city planning. Slide Show Photo © Don Don Erhardt ----- Advertising ----- What every effort has in common is not only a mission of widening sustainability, but also a place of origin. CIRS’s multiple academic, nonprofit, and other partners work together and separately in a 61,000-square-foot building of the same name. Located on the University of British Columbia’s Point Grey Campus, the idea behind the building actually predates the program filling it: In 20...

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Learn to Salsa dance for FREE at Robson Square 3-7pm today in #Vancouver

Learn to Salsa dance for FREE at Robson Square ...

supervancouver.com 27 Jul '14, 5pm

Learn to move your body to the beats of Latin music in downtown Vancouver this summer! Sunday Afternoon Salsa at Robson Sq...

Weekend Musings – Vancouver Edition

Weekend Musings – Vancouver Edition

morganlinton.com 26 Jul '14, 6pm

Hello, Happy Saturday and welcome to my weekend musings. We have been in Vancouver since Wednesday night for Fashion Metri...