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Food Sovereignty Advocate Vandana Shiva Informs and Inspires Vict...
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Vandana Shiva, celebrated food sovereignty activist made February 29th a day of inspiration, dialogue and calls for action on food security and resilient communities. Dr. Shiva spent the day with local leaders working to improve food security in British Columbia’s Capital Region District. The events were sponsored by Harmony Foundation and co-hosted with LifeCycles Project […]

Food Security Advocate Vandana Shiva Visits Victoria, Feb.29, 201...
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Vandana Shiva, globally renowned food sovereignty activist will be speaking to Victorians on February 29th, 2016 highlighting local food systems, ecosystems and community resilience. Co-hosts Harmony Foundation of Canada, LifeCycles Project Society and the University of Victoria’s Institute for Studies and Innovation in Community University Engagement (ISICUE), invite you to join this vital discussion at […]

Victoria’s Urban Forest: Asset or Liability?
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  In Victoria Foundation’s 2014 Vital Signs report, Victorians ranked the natural environment as the best part of living in the city and with good reason. However, while Victoria’s urban forest is a substantial natural asset, it’s largely taken for granted.   Beyond their aesthetic value, Victoria’s street trees lower stress, increase community pride and […]

Electric Vehicles in Victoria: Environmental Brief
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  Streams of information steer consumers on their vehicle choices, ranging from helpful facts to the self-serving (and often fictitious) statistics presented by automakers. Drivers who prioritize low environmental impact in their vehicle choice, face some confusing options, fuel being an important one     In locations with electricity produced by low carbon or zero carbon methods, the facts […]

Articulating a Sensible Energy Strategy for Canada
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  When it comes to energy resource development in Canada, the two views most often heard are maximalist positions, one arguing that there is an economic imperative to pursue development, with social and environmental impacts as the price for progress, and the other saying that we develop fossil fuels at our peril, they must be […]

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