In this guest post, lawyer Noah Ross discusses his experience offering legal observer training in Wet’suwet’en territory.
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Sierra Club BC’s statement of solidarity. We stand behind Indigenous jurisdiction and the right to free, prior and informed consent.
A special guest blog from Kesia Nagata January 2019 Kesia Nagata is a BC-based singer-songwriter living on Gitxsan territory. As a community organizer and ally, she works with Hereditary Chiefs on projects they design to increase the security and sovereignty of their food and energy supplies. Kesia recounts some of her experiences over three days […]
The latest B.C. carbon pollution data, quietly released in December, show that provincial emissions were higher in 2016 than in 2015. Sierra Club BC is warning that despite rhetoric about climate action, this means B.C.’s climate pollution increased in five of the six years between 2011 and 2016.
There has been an explosion of media coverage about Indigenous rights and title as a result of the RCMP raid of both the Gitdumden and Unist’ot’en camps. A number of our membership have reached out to us to ask questions. We’ve begun to answer these to the best of our ability.
Sierra Club BC is deeply concerned by the actions threatened by the RCMP to forcibly remove Wet’suwet’en people from their unceded territory, namely the Unist’ot’en and the Gidimt’en who are actively managing their lands and waters.