- Spring 2020
- Spring 2021
- Spring 2022
In Spring 2022, Kate Smith and a group of 25+ Environmental Science students worked in teams to propose a series of innovative projects to make Vancouver a more sustainable place of living. The projects were created in collaboration with the City of Vancouver and CityStudio staff members.
These projects help students master communication, research, and team-working skills, preparing the for future emploment opportunities in the field.
Please navigate the links below to see the proposed research projects.
Bringing communities together through awareness and engagement with organisms that are part of our everyday life. Learn More
Using statistics to help Green Rainwater Infrastructure (GRI) planners assess plant distributions in GRI sites. Learn More
How can species biodiversity be better supported at the Woodland Drive & Second Avenue Bikeaway? Learn More
SUPPORTING GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE
Birds are important for each city. A high richness of birds increases the link between residents and local biodiversity. This project focuses on creating habitats for native birds. Learn More
WHY DID THE BEE CROSS THE ROAD?
To better support the needs of local human and pollinator populations, this project uses mindful community design to produce a mutually beneficial solution. Learn More