Village Vancouver, Living the New Economy, City Commons

Village Vancouver Transition Society

Village Vancouver is Vancouver’s official Transition Town initiative, dedicated to building resilient, connected and sustainable communities in Vancouver. Founded in 2008, Village Vancouver has organised and participated in hundreds of (mostly free) events and workshops and has spawned dozens of projects throughout the city.

City Commons

An initiative of the Vancouver Tool Library, the main organisers of the 2013 City Commons placemaking convergence, Nicky Grunfeld and Travis Pawlak, are core organisers of this course which will culminate in the 2nd annual City Commons.

Living the New Economy Vancouver (Agorabora Collaborative Community Co-operative)

In October, Agorabora hosted the 2nd annual Living the New Economy confluence in Vancouver, a 6-day event that included a placemaking workshop with Mark Lakeman. Now, Living the New Economy is growing beyond an annual event to an ongoing series of events and practical projects intended to lay the groundwork for transition to a generative, relational and equitable economy. Placemaking, by generating social, cultural, experiential, spiritual, living and other forms of capital is recognised as playing a vital role in this shift. 

Village Vancouver Transition Society

Village Vancouver is Vancouver’s official Transition Town initiative, dedicated to building resilient, connected and sustainable communities in Vancouver. Founded in 2008, Village Vancouver has organised and participated in hundreds of (mostly free) events and workshops and has spawned dozens of projects throughout the city.

City Commons

An initiative of the Vancouver Tool Library, the main organisers of the 2013 City Commons placemaking convergence, Nicky Grunfeld and Travis Pawlak, are core organisers of this course which will culminate in the 2nd annual City Commons.

Living the New Economy Vancouver (Agorabora Collaborative Community Co-operative)

In October, Agorabora hosted the 2nd annual Living the New Economy confluence in Vancouver, a 6-day event that included a placemaking workshop with Mark Lakeman. Now, Living the New Economy is growing beyond an annual event to an ongoing series of events and practical projects intended to lay the groundwork for transition to a generative, relational and equitable economy. Placemaking, by generating social, cultural, experiential, spiritual, living and other forms of capital is recognised as playing a vital role in this shift. 

Events

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