Leah Karlberg Leah Karlberg is a Human Geography Bachelors student at the University of British Columbia Industrial Design and and has applied social justice to technical problems in the Bay Area where she worked alongside a neighborhood to design adaptation strategies against various predictions of sea level rise, taking into account the areas specific demographics and collective capacity. She has engaged in project management by developing and implementing a multi-faceted campaign at Vancouver’s Granville Island to address the city’s highest rates of bicycle theft, reducing rates of bicycle theft by 60% by the end of the project.
  • Welcome to the NeighbourHub Vancouver on Edge Nestled between the ocean and the mountains on Canada’s west coast, Vancouver has been called one of the world’s most beautiful and livable cities [1]. Lucky for us, right? Well, not so fast. Our city also sits on the meeting point of two tectonic plates, which means we face a one in […] No responses April 13, 2018