Book Review – Human Scale Revisited: A New Look at the Classic Case for a Decentralist Future

Author: Kirkpatrick Sale (Chelsea Green, 2017) Reading Human Scale Revisited by Kirkpatrick Sale from Athens, Greece during a global... Read More

EVENT: The Post-Pandemic City We Want – June 23rd, 7:00 pm

How can we create a post-pandemic Vancouver that is just, equitable, decolonized, and inclusive for all? June 23, 2020 7:00pm via Zoom... Read More

Bike Manners

The world is different and times are uncertain, but the current pandemic has brought a change to our streets. People are going into... Read More

Six-foot City: Conclusion

This series has explored the impacts of doubling the current personal space radius from 3ft (1m) to 6ft (2m) across three everyday... Read More

Six-foot City: The Classroom

That the pandemic has had a disastrous effect on local and global economies is blatantly clear. But we take for granted that the... Read More

Six-Foot City: Introduction

Although the recent pandemic has brought to light many important issues, none has been more pervasive than social distancing. Embedded... Read More

hindsight: Strathcona

Click here for a larger image. What happens when a crisis, much like the one we are acutely dealing with right now, undermines the... Read More

Release: Revamped Bike to Work Week goes virtual, May 25-31st

HUB Cycling’s popular, bi-annual Bike to Work Week takes on a new name this Spring as Go By Bike Week presented by MEC. The... Read More

Podcast: COVID Reflections

It is safe to say that it’s been a wild few months. And now, after two months of strict social distancing here in Canada, many... Read More

Book Review – What a City is For: Remaking the Politics of Displacement

Author: Matt Hern (MIT Press, 2017) Book Reviewers: William Dunn & Claire Adams Portland is a liveable, progressive, and hip city... Read More