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Graham Anderson

Graham Anderson is an activist and social entrepreneur with a passion for sustainable transportation and the power of co-operatives. He is a co-founder of Shift Delivery Co-op, a worker co-op using cargo trikes for deliveries in Downtown Vancouver. Graham volunteers on the board of the East End Food Co-op, as well as the city's Active Transport Policy Council. He studied Economics, Dialogue, and Sustainable Community Development at SFU.

Opinion: Transit is smart investment for our growing region, so vote YES

Voting against this proposal would be devastating for the region’s economy and quality of life. Without new funding, congestion would only get worse as the region adds new residents.

How renewables and electric cars may give the climate new hope

The IPCC Report released this past week paints a bleak picture for the global climate in the 21st century. A range of human impacts are predicted, including food shortages, droughts, extreme weather...

New life for unused parking lots

 I look out the window each day to a sea of concrete. One full city block, 72 parking spaces, always empty. I’ve been studying at SFU Harbour Centre in Downtown Vancouver for the last few months...

Bringing cyclists out of the business blind spot

I don’t get angry at motorists anymore. My daily bike commute used to include road rage conflicts with drivers who cut me off, honked incessantly or drove-by too closely. Things could escalate into...

City Council Approves Bike Lane Trial for Dunsmuir Viaduct

Vancouver's Newest Bike Route? Earlier this month, Vancouver council unanimously approved a motion to create a new two-way separated bike route on the Dunsmuir viaduct. The city is also moving forward