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Old-growth logging rate will lead to collapse on Vancouver Island

In the last 11 years Vancouver Island lost 100,000 hectares of old-growth rainforest. This high rate of logging will inevitably led to an ecological and economic collapse unless the B.C. government takes immediate action.
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Get a copy of the “Vancouver Island’s Last Stand” newspaper

The time is now to protect and restore Vancouver Island’s endangered rainforest! Pick up a copy of our “Vancouver Island’s Last Stand” newspaper and find out why now is the time for action.
Logging Walbran photo by TJ Watt
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Sierra Club BC’s Google Earth Tool Shows Vancouver Island Old-growth in State of Emergency

We have developed a Google Earth file, that shows old-growth coastal rainforest has reached a state of ecological emergency across vast parts of Vancouver Island and B.C.’s South Coast.
Exxon Valdez cleanup
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Twenty-seven years after Exxon Valdez: Federal government needs to legislate tanker ban

On the 27th anniversary of the Exxon Valdez oil spill that devastated the community of Cordova, Alaska and left Prince William Sound with an oily legacy that persists to this day, Sierra Club BC and Living Oceans Society say that a legislated oil tanker ban is the only certain way to protect B.C.’s north coast from a similar fate.
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A Personal Perspective on the realization of the Great Bear Rainforest Agreements

By Bob Peart In the late 1980’s I commented on the proposed…
Great Bear Rainforest landscape
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Vision Realized in the Great Bear Rainforest

After years of protest, followed by a decade of negotiations and planning, the Great Bear Rainforest Agreements are finally in place.
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Help us achieve our wishlist

Squeeze and be squeezed. That’s what 2015 felt like. We were put in the vice of a CRA audit. We had to defend ourselves
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Sierra Club BC Nominated for Phillips 2015 Benefit Brew: Help Us Win Today!

Sierra Club BC has been nominated for Phillips 2015 Benefit Brew and we need your help to win!
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Connectivity and Conservation in B.C.

Join leaders in the conservation movement as they talk about biodiversity and the importance of connecting wildlife corridors across B.C. Nov 17th at UVIC
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20 years after the Great Bear Rainforest protests

This piece by Michelle Johnson originally appeared in the Georgia…