Monte Paulsen is a certified energy advisor. He helps homeowners and homebuilders save money and cut carbon emissions. He works in collaboration with City Green Solutions.
Monte wrote for The Tyee between 2005 and 2010. While at The Tyee he reported on affordable housing and green building.
He has also written for numerous newspapers and magazines including
Canadian Geographic, Vancouver Magazine and The Walrus.
And he is a co-author of Beyond the Deep: The Deadly Descent into the World's Most Treacherous Cave (Warner Books, 2002).
The Grassy Mountain project is dead. No thanks to the Kenney government or regulators, who normally cave to coal.
Housing affordability task force report called for an end to BC homeowner grants and review of capital gains tax exemptions.
Chinese-language help in Chinatown should be a no-brainer. But without multilingual volunteers, many residents would’ve missed out.
The one-time cash influx is for mental health and other student help. Critics say it might not be enough.
Our seasonal staff picks for a sunny (cross your fingers) BC summer. Suggest your own!
Fathers need to be more than mother’s helpers on the home front. Let’s support that.
The First Nations Forest Strategy offers a clear path forward, but action is too slow, conference told.
Government promises replacement for program that helped towns and cities reduce emissions.
Despite the painful history, there’s always been Indigenous resistance. Is settler society finally waking up?
The embattled federal Green leader assails Trudeau and says allegations by ‘small group’ of party execs are racist and sexist.
Wealthy countries have viewed vaccination as a race, when it’s best seen as a relay.
Wondering how Alberta will lasso the virus by riding a lottery to its rodeo? Gitty up Dr. Steve!
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