Posts tagged ‘environment’

Salmon spawn in East Vancouver?

The other day–I can’t recall where–I read a story about salmon spawning in East Vancouver. It turns out that they spawn in Still Creek, near the…

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Top Down, Bottom Up and Canadian Tap Water

Lately I’ve been thinking a lot about how the worlds of marketing and social change converge. In particular, I’ve been interested in how the web enables…

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Opting Out of the Yellow Pages

Last February, I wrote about the dying business model that is printed phone directories. Like Lee before me, I argued for a shift from ‘blanket the…

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No Impact Man, The Movie

A couple of years ago, over on DeSmogBlog, I wrote a guest post about No Impact Man. I quoted a New York Times article about his…

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Great Bear = Saved

I’m rather late getting to this, but I wanted to express my happiness about a successful conclusion to the Save the Great Bear project. Regular readers…

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Make the Provincial Government Keep Their Promise on the Great Bear Rainforest

This qualifies as a client plug, I suppose, but it’s a cause that’s really close to my heart. We’re doing some work with Greenpeace Canada, Sierra…

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Goodsense: A Green Ad Network

For the past couple of years, I’ve advocated to anybody who would listen that I thought there was great online opportunity in forming a green ad…

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The Perfect Gift for the 12-Year-Old Green Science Nerd in Your Life

James sent along this cool-looking model house kit for the aspiring green architect in the family: With the Power House kit you can build a model…

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