Susan interviews the man who’s building his house out of super energy-efficient hemp lego blocks—and the man whose company makes them.
Houses made of hemp? Buildings that cut your energy use by 90 percent? In Episode 2 of Sierra Club BC's Mission Transition, we look at how the clean energy economy will change the ways we build.
Susan talks with John and Andrew Wilson about converting Victoria's vintage 1960s double decker sightseeing buses to electric power.
In the first episode of Sierra Club BC's podcast Mission Transition, we ask: what's the deal with electric vehicles in BC?
Mission: Transition is a Sierra Club BC podcast exploring British Columbia's move to a new clean energy economy.
Sign up for our full-day 'Get Outside and Learn' teacher Pro-D workshop on February 23rd. We are also now offering our nature-based workshops in French for interested classes in the Lower Mainland and the Capital Regional District.
What is your nature story? Everyone has a story to share about an experience they’ve had in the natural world. Children especially love sharing their nature stories.
Time is running out for Vancouver Island’s globally rare endangered old-growth rainforest. The new BC government must act quickly for the rainforest, communities and the climate, before it’s too late.
This week we scored another victory on the path to stopping Kinder Morgan. The BC government announced oil spill regulations that will restrict new shipments of diluted bitumen across the province, while announcing a scientific review of the risks of diluted bitumen spills.
We applaud the BC government for defending British Columbians from the environmental, economic, health and safety risks of oil spills. Restricting the transport of diluted bitumen across BC’s rivers and coastline is yet another roadblock facing Kinder Morgan’s already uncertain Trans Mountain pipeline and tankers project.
As Premier Horgan prepares to depart for Asia to woo members of the consortium behind the LNG Canada proposal, Sierra Club BC is warning that BC can’t build new LNG plants and meet emissions targets.
B.C.’s latest emissions data mark years of failure to reduce emissions by more than a token amount.