- Spring 2020
- Monitoring the St.George Rainway Co-Benefits
- The Data Collection and Monitoring Plan of Effect of Urban Heat Island on St George Rainway
- St George/te Statlew Rainway
- St.George Rainway Proposal for Public Engagement
- Approaches to Effective Public Engagement and Education for Green Infrastructure Co-Benefits
- Interactive GIS and Public Engagement of the St. George Rainway
This year's Capstone project had student teams working in collaboration with the City of Vancouver Green Infrastructure Implementation to assess and communicate the co-benefits of green infrastructure to the environment and the community surrounding the St George Rainway. The scope of the project included two parts: the development of a data collection, analysis, and monitoring plan that could be used to assess the environmental and community co-benefits of green infrastructure, and the development of a resource for ongoing public engagement and education. Student teams took on one of these aspects of the project.
If you are interested in watching the presentations, check out the School of Environmental Science YouTube Page!
The Data Collection and Monitoring Plan of Effect of Urban Heat Island on St George Rainway
The Key to Unlocking Urban Park Health: Using a Streamlined Approach to Urban Park Assessments to Determine Ecological Health Farbod Behsahd, Noah Bircher, Srishti Kumar, Jessica Thandi, and Ann Tony learn more →
Approaches to Effective Public Engagement and Education for Green Infrastructure Co-Benefits
The New Commons: How Citizen Science can Support Naturally Managed Areas Jordan Gray, Matt Koyanagi, Liam Cormack, Luc Couture, and Pritpal Dhillion learn more →
Interactive GIS and Public Engagement of the St. George Rainway
Forest and Inorganic Parameters Monitoring Program in Stanley Park Gina Gu, Jianze Pang, Jijie Xu, Stephen Li, Xiangyu, Zhang learn more →