Metro Vancouver videosMetro Vancouver videos2018-10-19T07:00:00ZGP0|#7ccd2f9e-3572-495b-a89d-88c980beedcc;L0|#07ccd2f9e-3572-495b-a89d-88c980beedcc|Issue 47;GTSet|#d14ffe11-45dc-48fb-8684-ff109cf15a74<div class="ExternalClass4A840F60DDFF4235A41D76D4DDC04E57"><table width="100%" style="background:none;border:0px currentcolor;"><tbody style="background:none;"><tr><td style="width:155px;vertical-align:top;"> <a href="" target="_blank"> <img src="/metroupdate/PublishingImages/issue47-videos-urbantrees.jpg" alt="" style="width:155px;" /></a> </td><td style="color:#ffffff;vertical-align:top;"> <strong><a href="" target="_blank">Protecting Urban Trees : </a></strong> Climate change is affecting the long term survival of our urban forest. Metro Vancouver is developing guidelines and education materials to help landscapers choose trees that can adapt to our region's urban environment and weather conditions. <br></td></tr><tr><td style="width:155px;vertical-align:top;"> <a href="" target="_blank"><img src="/metroupdate/PublishingImages/issue47-videos-stanleypark.jpg" alt="" style="width:155px;" /></a></td><td style="color:#ffffff;vertical-align:top;"> <strong> <a href="" target="_blank">Stanley Park Water Supply Tunnel underway : </a></strong> Metro Vancouver is building the Stanley Park Water Supply Tunnel to meet a growing demand for drinking water. A 1.4-km tunnel will replace the aging Capilano Main that was installed in the early 1930s. The new 2.6-meter diameter water main will increase capacity helping ensure the continued delivery of clean drinking water to residents. Construction is scheduled to begin in 2021 and completed in 2025.</td></tr><tr><td style="width:155px;vertical-align:top;"> <a href="" target="_blank"><img src="/metroupdate/PublishingImages/issue47-videos-secondnarrows.jpg" alt="" style="width:155px;" /></a></td><td style="color:#ffffff;vertical-align:top;"> <strong> <a href="" target="_blank">Plans in the works for Second Narrows Water Supply Tunnel : </a></strong>Metro Vancouver is constructing a water supply tunnel under Burrard Inlet, east of the Ironworkers Memorial Bridge between the District of North Vancouver and the City of Burnaby to meet growing demand for drinking water in the region and current seismic standards.</td></tr><tr><td style="width:155px;vertical-align:top;"> <a href="" target="_blank"><img src="/metroupdate/PublishingImages/issue47-videos-wearit.jpg" alt="" style="width:155px;" /></a></td><td style="color:#ffffff;vertical-align:top;"> <strong> <a href="" target="_blank">Wear it, don’t trash it: Clothing among growing waste streams : </a></strong> Textiles are one of the fastest growing waste streams due to rapidly changing fashion trends and low prices. More and more clothing is ending up in the garbage – about half of all textile waste, equivalent to about 44 T-shirts per person per year.</td></tr></tbody></table> </div>0