Sierra Club BC and a hereditary leader from the Kwagu'ł nation react to the independent old-growth panel report and initial steps being taken by the B.C. government to protect some of province’s last remaining old-growth forest and a number of big trees.
B.C. government’s own data show total greenhouse gas emissions for 2018 are more than three times larger than official numbers, when including uncounted emissions from “forest management.”
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Sierra Club BC reacts to a new independent scientist report "B.C.’s Old-Growth Forest: A Last Stand for Biodiversity."
A new independent scientists’ report shows in detail how shockingly little is left of B.C.’s most endangered old-growth forests.