Developing a liquefied natural gas (LNG) industry is currently the main focus of the British Columbia government.
This study by LOCO BC, the Columbia Institute, and ISIS at the Sauder School of Business evaluates the impact of purchasing from local suppliers.
The Real Estate Foundation of BC and Vancouver Foundation have released the results of a public opinion study on attitudes toward fr
The Government of British Columbia can unlock multiple social, employment, and environmental benefits by directing and/or enabling liquefied natural gas (LNG) proponents to maximize the use
This is the first of four pieces in this Tyee series prepared by Ecojustice.
MC3: A Policy-Relevant Research Agenda
In 2008 the government of British Columbia (BC) implemented legislation designed to reduce the province's carbon footprint, including a carbon tax and carbon neutrality requirements for public
Author: Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions
Brownfield redevelopment is a form of sustainable development, offering opportunities to revitalize older neighbourhoods, lower municipal infrastructure costs, increase municipal property tax reven