The Tyee offers its readers 12 textbook cases of thinking outside the box. All of them come from people trying to make B.C. a better place to live.
In This Series
David Vogt wants to turn digital billboards into citizen media.
Dr. Lori Brotto has a new application for an old idea.
A UBC team wants rates that help the environment without hurting the pocketbook.
Ruben Anderson sees both the cultural and the culinary appeal.
A student group gets UBC onboard.
Two environmentalists say current rules are a barrier to new thinking.
Sorin Pasca turns dead trees into a new building material
Taiaiake Alfred calls for a conference to establish some basic principles.
The case for loans to pay for solar heating.
Smart Growth BC takes on exurban sprawl.
Peter Ladner wants Vancouver awash in rental bikes.
BC has far too few affordable homes. Whistler has none. Councillor Tim Wake warns: "Plan early, or react later."