The City of Vancouver has issued an Open Call for innovation solutions through Project Greenlight, a demonstration platform that brings public and private enterprises together with innovators to rapidly source, screen, and onboard sustainability solutions. 

The City of Vancouver is pursuing its Greenest City goal by issuing an open call for innovation through Project Greenlight. Open until May 31, the call is for solutions around transportation, zero-waste solutions, buildings, and rainwater solutions. Examples include ways to support the City’s pursuit of zero-emission fleets, from garbage and recycling trucks to emergency response vehicles. 

Read more about the City of Vancouver challenge.

The City of Vancouver Open Call is one of five challenges issued by Project Greenlight. Created by the Vancouver Economic Commission and supported by program delivery partner Foresight, Project Greenlight is sponsored by TD Bank Group and Western Economic Diversification Canada. 

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Michelle Zazulak

Michelle is an accomplished graphic designer, brand strategist and content creator. Throughout her career, she has worked with government, nonprofits and early-stage companies to discover their brand’s look and feel. She is passionate about developing a strong provincial technology sector and supporting a sustainable future. Michelle has spent the last few years at Innovate BC, supporting BC’s innovation ecosystem and managing the visual design for the #BCTECHSummit, Western Canada’s largest annual innovation event. She is a multi-disciplinary marketer with degrees and certifications in performing arts, graphic design, film production, and UX design. She’s a skilled amateur photographer, spending her free time exploring the wild places of BC.

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