This research used an action research methodology to establish a group of employees (green team) who were interested in making their organisation more sustainable. The research makes recommendations for establishing, maintaining, and growing green teams in organisations. The research concludes a green team can help an organisation work to reduce its environmental footprint and shift culture towards sustainability.
Light House is developing policy and regulatory tools to help The Town of Caledon is expand its settlement boundary to accommodate additional employment lands and encourage eco-business activity.
Strategy to identify eco-industrial networking opportunities (reduction and recycling of wastes, local self-sufficiency) within a 100 km radius in the region.
Redevelopment plan for Zone C, an industrial waterfront area with multiple land owners near the ecologically sensitive Burns Bog in North Delta, BC.
Review of municipal and regional policy and guidelines to promote sustainable development and green business practices in the Pearson Eco-Business Zone.
A Community Sustainability Plan (ICSP) for the Town of Markham.
Workshops for City of Edmonton staff and council to build internal understanding and support for innovative, green industrial development in the city.
Planning, design, and development management of the first completed, non-subsidized, profitable eco-industrial park in North America.
An Eco-Industrial Plan serving as a marketing tool, to guide and facilitate the development of Spruce Grove industrial lands in a sustainable manner.
A toolkit created by The Natural Step, Light House and the David Suzuki Foundation and designed to help with everyday decision-making and increasing sustainability at home.