A partnership between the municipality and school boards is increasing high school students' independence and their long-term use of sustainable transportation.
Innovative natural techniques, such as reconditioning soil and using plants to absorb contaminants, transformed a former sanitary lagoon.
A Biomass District Energy System in Yellowknife, NT, is leading the way to reduced heating costs and GHG emissions in Northern communities.
Starting from scratch, this small community adopted asset management practices that increase the village's sustainability and resilience.
A new sustainable community in Guelph, ON, will create a unique live-work space connected to the larger city.
This unique climate adaptation planning process blends scientific data predicting future weather patterns with local expertise.
Small-scale projects in Montreal, QC, neighbourhoods add up to big improvements in the city's pedestrian and bicycle culture.
Getting the community engaged in their waste management program helped this BC community divert more waste and stimulate the local economy.
An innovative bioretention system in Alberta is demonstrating the benefits of natural stormwater management, and producing research and public education.