Archive for the ‘The Enviornment’ category

Blogging the Green Living show

April 26, 2007

Green HeaderThe Green Living show starts tomorrow and, we’ll be there, blogging, Engadget style.

I’m really looking forward to meeting some of my fellow E-Bike riders. Even more, I’m can’t wait to meet the folk that design and build these things.

Going to the show? Leave a comment and exchange email addresses.


Happy Earth Day Canada!

April 18, 2007

earth-day-final-714896.gifApril 22 is coming – Here’s a link with a list of local events coast to coast to coast. Enjoy.

Link Here

All of us E-Bike Riders out there, (and in here too) wish you a Happy Earth Day. Now, turn off your computer, go out-side and plant a tree or something.

The “LEED” green building rating system and the eBike

April 15, 2007

leed.jpgvs Ebike White

Since I got my ebike, I have been thinking of the many ways that it can apply both to my personal and work life. The other day I began wondering how the ebike could change the way I do my work as an architect.

It seemed pretty straight forward that I could demonstrate the benefits of a zero-emission vehicle to a building owner through the existing LEED green building rating system. But that is not as easy as it seemed. (more…)

The Green Living Show

April 15, 2007

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Next week-end is the Green Living Show at the Direct Energy Center. It is Toronto’s first consumer show dedicated to all things green and it is my understanding that eBike’s will be featured and on display by Crusherebike’s under the transportation section of the show. There are also some great speakers on green living, eating, building, business, etc.

I was thinking of heading down there on both saturday evening to see Tim Flannery and possibly on sunday to see TAS’ design presentation. And, of course, I would take Pepe, the eBike. So if anyone is interested in meeting up, let me know.

Link Here

Veloteq and the back seat

April 11, 2007

sport-tandem-bike.jpgI just got off the phone with the person at the MTO that is coordinating this pilot project and the news isn’t great. (more…)