Anya Paskovic is an urban planner, Vancouver flâneur and world traveller interested in public spaces, urban design and community planning. By continuously questioning the relationship between people and place – places we love, we tolerate and we ignore – Anya seeks to create functional and engaging environments that reflect community values and respect the natural environment.

Book Review: Cold Case Vancouver

Author: Eve Lazarus (Arsenal Pulp Press, 2015) Cold Case Vancouver is a bone-chilling journey into some of Vancouver’s most... Read More

10 Ideas that are Changing the World

The GLOBE series 2014 Conference brought together policy makers and industry leaders to explore ideas and share real world examples of... Read More

Building Resilient Cities: Effective Dialogue and Solutions Anticipated at the GLOBE 2014 Conference

Vancouver welcomes the GLOBE series, North America’s largest International Business & Sustainability Conference. The conference... Read More

Green Cities of Europe

Editor: Timothy Beatley (Island Press, 2012) Green Cities of Europe disproves the notion that the antiquity of Europe makes analysing... Read More

Urban Lighting: Planning for Public Spaces

Much of the form and function of public space at night is determined by artificial light. Light guides cars and bicycles along roads... Read More