Slugs are among the most marvelous critters out there. Now, for the gardeners out there, who are thinking “That’s sacrilege!” hold off on your slug-judgement. Learning about the ecological benefits of slugs like the Blue-grey Taildropper will shine a new light on all things sluggy, and how to keep them off your lettuce. The Blue-grey […]
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE As B.C. burns, realities of climate change hit home Forests, water, salmon all in crisis Jul 06, 2015 VICTORIA—As apocalyptic images of fires across the province and an ash haze over the lower mainland dominate the news, climate change is the common denominator of a number of growing crises in British […]
Sierra Club BC’s Youth Environmental Leadership Program (YELP) hosted a night of music, community building, and solidarity on Saturday, May 30 in Victoria. The event was a triumph, selling over 120 tickets and raising over $3000 for First Nations in court against Enbridge. A huge thank you to Dustin Trudeau for the amazing video! YELP will […]
Across B.C., and much of the temperate world, berries are a surefire signal of summer. In the Taiga Plains, where summer is short and relatively cool, ripe cloudberries make it a special time. What, you may ask, is a cloudberry? The cloudberry (Rubus chamaemorus) is a relative of the raspberry and salmonberry that grows in low-lying […]
Flaws in NEB’s Kinder Morgan review yet another reason B.C.’s five conditions can’t be met Time for Province to pull out and conduct its own credible review FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Jun 29, 2015 Numerous, serious flaws in the National Energy Board’s review of Kinder Morgan’s pipeline and tanker proposal, documented in a new report by […]
The National Energy Board (NEB) has been widely criticized in its review of the Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion proposal for failures in process, for limiting participation, and for a lack of accountability and fairness. In this report, we detail the deficiencies in the process to date that are giving rise to public criticism and dissatisfaction, and causing some intervenors to withdraw.