Imagining the Green City

What would our city look like in a world that had gone beyond fossil fuels? It’s an important question, for if we can’t... Read More

ELECTION 2008: Global warming isn’t trying to kill us, and that’s a shame

Clever graffitti really should inform more of the debate in our federal election. There I was, tearing my hair out trying to... Read More

Living The Good Life

I’m interested in the thoughts of Spacing readers on The Good Life campaign that WWF-Canada (aka my employer) launched... Read More

So this is what bike-friendly looks like

There’s a little something for both the cycling aesthete and her/his inner planning nerd over at The Sightline Institute’s... Read More

Toronto’s Climate Plan

On Friday, Toronto released Change is in the Air, its proposed framework for action on climate change and clean air, and it is a thing... Read More

Green-collar jobs for Toronto

I saw a TTC streetcar wrapped in a Diesel Jeans ‘Global Warming Ready’ ad today. My first thought was ‘Can the end... Read More

Pricing pollution to prevent paving paradise?

What do carbon markets have to do with explosive population growth in Milton? Maybe a lot. Yesterday, CIBC’s top economist Jeff... Read More

Screening of anti-sprawl film Radiant City

        Sprawl is eating the planet. Across the continent the landscape is being leveled – blasted clean of distinctive features... Read More

Broke and have electric heat?

It has always bugged me that energy conservation programs are almost exclusively targeted at the relatively well-to-do, who need the... Read More

Is City Hall’s climate change buzz for real?

Spacing is happy to have Keith Stewart join the Spacing Wire team. Keith spent many years keeping tabs on City Hall as a key member of... Read More