The west coast Canadian city has signed up 200 local businesses to help it deliver its ambitious climate goals, reports April Streeter

Vancouver is a city where whirling bikes deliver people to their jobs in pretty steel-and-glass, low-emission buildings as fast-changing weather moves across a big sky. It’s a waterfront city whose robust economy isn’t dampened by efforts at environmental sustainability and far-reaching climate action goals.

This Pacific coast Canadian...

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