SCARP in the media
RESILIENCE | Jan 11, 2023
William Rees, Professor Emeritus and former Director of the School of Community and Regional Planning, outlines why most of the challenges facing humanity and the biosphere have a common origin – ecological overshoot.
GLOBE AND MAIL | Jan 3, 2023
Dr. Penny Gurstein, professor emeritus from the School of Community and Regional Planning discussed how assessments have not been a real indicator of a home’s market value but have been of use to municipal governments.
Bike-share programs have been quietly polluting for years. Now companies like Lime and Lyft are improving design and operations to deliver on sustainability promises
FORTUNE | Nov 21, 2022
Dr. Kelly Clifton, professor at the School of Community and Regional Planning, commented on the overall carbon emissions impact of micromobility devices.
CBC QUIRKS AND QUARKS | Nov 12, 2022
Professor emeritus Dr. Bill Rees from the School of Community and Regional Planning) discussed the exponential growth of the world's population and how population impacts are inextricably linked with consumption.
DAILY HIVE | Nov 10, 2022
Paul Boniface Akaabre, PhD candidate at the School of Community and Regional Planning, and colleagues found that owners of Greater Vancouver’s expensive homes pay a “tiny” amount of income taxes relative to their wealth in a recent study.
GLOBE AND MAIL | Nov 5, 2022
Dr. Martino Tran from the School of Community and Regional Planning gave suggestions to improve traffic in Canadian cities.
Safety, affordability, and sustainability? What the next four years of Sim City may bring for Vancouver
GEORGIA STRAIGHT | Nov 4, 2022
Patrick Condon, professor at the School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture commented on mayor-elect Ken Sim’s ABC platform for housing affordability.
COAST REPORTER | Oct 31, 2022
Kamala Todd, adjunct professor at the School of Community and Regional Planning, curated an exhibition of interdisciplinary artworks that express Indigenous wisdom through traditional and emerging media called We Carry Our Bundles Forward.
VANCOUVER SUN | Oct 25, 2022
Michael Y. Seelig, professor emeritus in the School of Community and Regional Planning, wrote an op-ed on how thinking that real estate in Vancouver represents the wealth of this community is wrong and dangerous.
THE CONVERSATION | Oct 16, 2022
Professor emeritus Dr. Penny Gurstein from the School of Community and Regional Planning wrote about rethinking policy that's meant to help those experiencing homelessness.