We dive into the importance of ancient forests for healthy communities, a liveable climate and sustainable economies through the portal of this pandemic.
Seeing Through Watchers’ Eyes – Between the Worlds is a digital interactive learning tool for learners of all ages and backgrounds that tells a complex and deep story seen through the eyes of Coast Salish practice and teaching.
From September 20 to 27, youth across the globe are rising up for climate justice. And they are asking everyone (including adults) to join them for the biggest worldwide climate strike we’ve seen yet.
Last spring was Emily’s first time on a front line as she joined the movement to stop the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. Moments of connection with people Emily met at the Watch House in Burnaby have stuck with her, even with people she only knew for a few minutes. This is a comic about some of those moments, as we might be entering another construction season.
Balancing the Canoe is a reflection and statement of accountability from Sierra Club BC, part of our process to better understand the historical and ongoing impact of our work as experienced by Indigenous peoples.
Be a part of our history and help us celebrate 50 years! Sierra Club BC marks our 50th anniversary in 2019.