Carsharing in Edmonton celebrates one year

POGO CarShare Edmonton

Celebrating its first year of operation, naming Pogo Carshare’s biggest triumph is easy for co-founder and entrepreneur Kieran Ryan — simply, that it works.  Now with over 2,000 members to date, Pogo has received plenty of local support, with an average user age of 35 and the potential to transform […] Read more »

Seven reasons not to miss Green Drinks: Local Food DIY

The March Green Drinks is just around the corner. This month’s theme is Local Food DIY!   This Wednesday will be a night of education, green thumbs and getting the dirt on local food! Why should you come? Well . . .  We have seven reasons to attend Green Drinks: Local Food DIY. The evening will […] Read more »

Green Drinks: Campus Meets Community

The Local Good team is excited to announce our first-ever Green Drinks on University of Alberta campus! To celebrate Sustainability Awareness Week 2014, we are partnering with Sustain SU and their ReThink project to bring you Green Drinks: Campus Meets Community. Our focus for this Green Drinks will be on […] Read more »

Citizens As Climate Leaders and the Edmonton Resilience Festival

  On Earth Day, April 22, the hottest ticket in Edmonton will be Citizens As Climate Leaders at the University of Alberta with David Suzuki. You can watch the film trailer, learn all about the event at Alberta Climate Dialogue’s blog and share the Facebook event page with your friends […] Read more »

The Edmonton Do Gooder Project: Claire Edwards, Student Voice Alberta

The Local Good and The Savvy-Do-Gooder hosted The Good 100 Experiment in June 2013, bringing together  some of Edmonton’s upcoming and established movers and shakers who work on local food, arts, activism, local business, social enterprise, government, advocacy, indigenous rights, social justice, charity, funding, design and alternative media.  Participants anonymously voted for […] Read more »

People, places mean something for Jane’s Walks

Editor’s note: the 32 Jane’s Walks planned for Edmonton can be found here. People return to their places. It’s the thought that crossed my mind halfway through the Jane’s Walk at the University of Alberta at the beginning of May, the second of three local Jane’s Walks that I participated […] Read more »