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Media Coverage June 29, 2012
The average Torontonian spends 80 minutes a day commuting in their car. That adds up to about a month out of every year. To drive the point home, Evergreen has enlisted 22-year-old Tanner Zurkoski to live in a Honda Insight—day and night—for four weeks straight.
News June 21, 2012
After a month-long search, Evergreen has selected the person who will be spending an entire month in a car.
Media Coverage June 1, 2012
In his new book Walking Home—part memoir, part manifesto—Toronto urban designer and planner Ken Greenberg envisages the rehabilitation of our cities into clusters of urban villages: each with a vibrant mix of residential, commercial and other uses; streets conducive to walking and lingering; and with ready access to the restorative powers of nature. As keynote speaker, Greenberg will share his vision with the delegates at this year’s CaGBC conference at Evergreen Brick Works in Toronto June 11 to 13.
Blog May 29, 2012
As urbanization accelerates across the globe, city building experts gathered at EBW to discuss the critical challenges facing cities today.
Media Coverage May 28, 2012
Jenn from CityTV's Breakfast Television comes to EBW to learn about our youth programs with Little Embers and Ride the Ravines.
Blog May 18, 2012
Drivers’ Choice is a report on commuting and funding transit in the GTA, based on poll results from real drivers.
Media Coverage May 10, 2012
Claritin® Canada today launched Pedal for a Greener City, a month-long campaign offering free EcoCab rides and inviting Torontonians to help create a greener city by voting for one of three potential urban green projects proposed for Evergreen Brick Works.
News May 9, 2012
Evergreen kicks off an exciting recruitment campaign to highlight transportation issues in the GTA and promote MOVE: The Transportation Expo.
Blog April 13, 2012
Volunteer recruitment for MOVE: The Transportation Expo is in full swing. Do you have what it takes?
Blog April 11, 2012
The concept of “complete streets” is a growing trend in urban planning as the need to make roadways accessible for all users becomes more important.