Sierra Club BC said today that the BC government should listen to the 221 international scientists who released a letter to the province regarding the management of BC's forests. The letter highlights the need for urgent and immediate action to protect the globally unique ecological values of BC’s remaining primary and intact coastal and inland temperate rainforest.
As UNESCO’s World Heritage Committee convenes this week for its annual meeting in Manama, Bahrain, Indigenous and environmental groups are calling on Canada to do more to protect its largest park, Wood Buffalo National Park.
As we watch with disgust as children are separated from their families and detained on the US-Mexico border, we must also take a wide-eyed look at our history of forced separation of children from their families and Indigenous peoples from their land here in Canada.
Stunning and unprecedented footage has just been released from Wood Buffalo National Park, threatened by Site C and the tarsands. Peace Valley Campaigner Galen Armstrong was recently joined by journalist Judith Lavoie and photographer Louis Bockner on a 10-day journey to highlight the struggle to protect the globally significant Peace-Athabasca Delta.
Sierra Club BC, Wilderness Committee and Ancient Forest Alliance are calling for a halt on BC Timber Sales old-growth permits after visiting Schmidt Creek, the next valley slated for logging by BCTS.
Sierra Club BC Communications Specialist Summer Goulden shares her thoughts about the importance of getting outside with youth over the summer break.
As another school year comes to a close, Education Program Manager James Davis reflects on the accomplishments of Sierra Club BC's growing Education Program!
Sierra Club BC Environmental Educator Kirsten Dallimore reflects on her experience teaching nature education on the north island this spring!
Susan Elrington talks clean energy with two generations of Royal Bay Bakery owners, who converted their business from top to bottom to be a lean, green, solar-powered machine!
In the fall, you'll have a chance to vote on whether to change BC's voting system. Here's why, no matter which ProRep system is chosen, it's a clear winner over our existing "First Past the Post" system when it comes to the environment.
Sierra Club BC's Campaigns Director Caitlyn Vernon delivers an animated speech addressing the federal government's decision to buy the Kinder Morgan pipeline for $4.5 billion.
Against all logic, knowing the multitude of risks to investors and to the B.C. coast and economy, Prime Minister Trudeau has chosen to double down on this dangerous pipeline and the oil tankers that come with it.