10 Homes In British Columbia Usher In A New Era Of Vancouver's West Coast Modernism
With its temperate climate, proximity to the Coast Mountains, lush forests, and extensive system of rivers and streams, British Columbia boasts exceptional resources and landscapes that attract visitors to the Canadian province from all over the world. So, it’s no surprise that many homes found throughout British Columbia attempt to foster an intimate relationship between…
10 Mysterious Human Populations
Mysterious populations challenge our notions of the world. Some remain shrouded in the shadows of time; others are enigmatic because of their isolation or
How To: Rebuild a Brick Wall
In a restoration project, reusing the original brick is a great idea, says Bob Vila.
10 Islands With Interesting Animal Populations
Islands are notable for many different things. Some islands are popular vacation spots because of their pristine beaches, perfect surfing conditions, and b
How Will D.C. Endure Peak Population?
For starters, it should bring back boarding houses.
Why China’s population numbers are almost certainly wrong
China has inflated its population data so much that its status as the world’s most populous country may be false. This happens so provinces can get education subsidies and Beijing can hide the results of decades of family planning.
What Makes a Project a Success
Itâs as much about the experience as the result Some homeowners have asked: How does a builder know when a project has been a success? Well, thereâs good newsâthe answer to this question is one of the things that defines a great builder. To a pro, every successful project crosses the finish line with three outcomes. First, the homeowners are thrilled with their new home; second, they walk away with good memories of the builder and the project; and third,…
Uncertainty Over How Recent Storms Impacted Salmon Population
Experts are saying the massive amount of water from the recent storms are either helping or harming the state's salmon populations.
Testing smart boat technology on the U.S. West Coast
Stakeholders discuss a project in which EDF and partners installed smart camera systems on three vessels fishing for whiting and other species in the Pacific...
10 Interesting Facts About Population Control In Ancient Greece
The demography of ancient Greece has always been a hard subject to study. Although ancient sources provide no reliable statistical data on childbirth, mort
What NYC's Population Looks Like Day vs. Night
How significant are changes to homeless population counts? It depends, West Coast experts say
How do you rebuild a legend?
In this video, from our partners at PFEIFER, learn what it takes to restore a city’s pride and to rebuild a piece of history that once was abandoned. This is the incredible story the legenda
How Dwindling Fish Stocks Got a Reprieve
April 19, 2016 “My wife told me to sell the boats,” says Brad Pettinger, a longtime trawl fisherman in the Pacific Northwest. “But I said, honey, who’s gonna buy them? At that time we just didn’t have anything.” The “anything” was fish to catch. Fifteen years ago, America’s vast $50 million Pacific groundfish fishery, which stretches some 1,200 miles from Southern California to the Canadian border…
Daniel Levine, West Coast NCSY
What does it take to be a good leader? Daniel Levine, West Coast NCSY, goes through the parsha, as well as what we know about Yehoshua, to teach us an import...
Mark Macdonald West Coast Seeds staff writer and photographer reveals Mark's Ten Seedling Tips for improved success with seedlings planted from seeds.
West Coast Cities Top U.S. Metro Clean Tech Index
Clean Edge today released its first annual U.S. Metro Clean Tech Index that provides the industry’s most comprehensive and objective analysis of how the 50 largest U.S. metro regions compare across the clean-tech spectrum. The Index is based on nearly two dozen metrics such as hybrid electric vehicles, certified green buildings, and clean-tech venture capital investments. All quantitative metrics are levelized to account for population size."West…
Why there are so many unsheltered homeless people on the West Coast
By The Associated Press June 14, 2018 6:43 am 06/14/2018 06:43am 4 Shares Margot Kushel, University of California, San Francisco (THE CONVERSATION) One-quarter of homeless people in the U.S. live in California, despite Californians making up only 12 percent of the population Not only is homelessness more common on the West Coast but it is also more visible, because a higher proportion of homeless people are…
Fun Maps: This Visualization of Nationwide Population Densities Shows Just How Crowded NYC Is
This interactive map from Slate demonstrates just how crowded New York City really is by comparing it to other regions across the United States