This month, Peace Valley farmers Ken and Arlene Boon have been touring southern BC with a message: Site C is not a done deal. There is a long list of reasons why it still makes sense to scrap Site C and restore the Peace Valley. And there’s one huge reason in particular that is bigger than any megadam: treaty rights.
We recently sent a community survey to our supporters to hear how you think we’re doing. We wanted your feedback to inform our planning this year and into the future. More than 400 of you completed the survey, and we can’t thank you enough for your input!
In Episode 5 of our podcast Mission Transition we look at who owns our power - and who should own our power.
In response to today's announcement by the BC government on its plan for encouraging the development of BC's LNG industry, Sierra Club BC’s senior forest and climate campaigner Jens Wieting warns that any new LNG development would spell disaster for the climate.
In Episode 4 of Mission Transition, we look at the innovative ways First Nations are producing clean energy in BC.
On the anniversary of Environment Minister Catherine McKenna characterizing an international report that concluded governments have failed to protect Wood Buffalo National Park as a “call to action," a coalition of Indigenous and environmental groups is still waiting for that action.
Environmental Educator Kirsten Dallimore shares ideas for getting out into nature during the upcoming school holidays.
Our Victoria and Volunteer teams have been hitting the streets to build the movement to defend old-growth forests on Vancouver Island. Lead Organizer Galen Armstrong shares about the clipboard-infused fun they've been up to... and how you can get involved.
People who support protection of old-growth forests on Vancouver Island now have a new tool for taking action in their communities. Sierra Club BC's new State of Vancouver Island’s Coastal Temperate Rainforest map shows with in-depth detail the scarce remaining endangered old-growth rainforest ecosystems.
A new Sierra Club BC map released today entitled State of Vancouver Island’s Coastal Temperate Rainforest shows with in-depth detail the scarce remaining endangered old-growth rainforest ecosystems and recent old-growth destruction on Vancouver Island.
We welcome today’s announcement of public comment on proposed provincial regulations for oil spill response. It is heartening to see the B.C. government modernizing our environment and public health regulations, and standing up for B.C.’s coast and rivers.
Sierra Club BC welcomes increased protection for the northern goshawk and marbled murrelet announced by the B.C. government yesterday. However, more action is needed for old-growth rainforest ecosystems and species in the race against time.