No more talk and pave — fund affordable public transit for all of BC
Over 65 groups sign six-point letter on B.C.’s proposed Clean Transportation Action Plan.
Report Card: More than half of the most endangered old-growth forests in B.C. remain at risk
As B.C. NDP government continues to score failing grades; at-risk old growth stands equivalent to 3,600 Stanley Parks remain open to logging.
Reflecting on the United For Old-Growth March and Rally
We are so grateful to the thousands of people who helped make the United For Old-Growth march and rally a huge success! Check out these highlights!
BC approves another LNG terminal and announces a new energy framework
Additional fracked gas production threatens provincial climate targets, energy plans could keep other countries dependent on fossil fuels
Thousands rally at BC Legislature demanding immediate action for old growth forests
Organizers expect thousands of demonstrators at the Legislature next weekend.
Art for Forests: Making masks and puppets for the old-growth rally
Check out this photo album from the forest mask and puppet-making art builds! Much gratitude to the many artists who joined the fun!
Learn to Draw: Raccoons
In this session, we'll be learning to draw raccoons with scientific illustrator Dr. Julius Csotonyi! Grab a pencil and join the fun!
The grace of Interior forests: a conversation with Suzanne Simard
Join SCBC Lead Organizer, Flossie Baker, for a conversation with UBC Professor and ‘Finding the Mother Tree’ author, Suzanne Simard, on the wonders of Interior forests.
B.C. Supreme Court hands down precedent-setting ruling on climate accountability case brought by environmental groups
The court ruled that the reporting requirements of B.C.’s climate law, including the provision to report on plans to reach climate targets, are enforceable by the court.
160+ organizations call on BC to follow through on old-growth commitments
Groups announce February 25 rally at provincial legislature and issue declaration calling on the province to accelerate action for threatened forests.
Why we sent a team to COP15 in Montreal
The world faces a global biodiversity emergency, and few places in the world could contribute as much to protecting and increasing biodiversity as B.C.
Sierra Club BC welcomes Premier Eby’s commitment to protect 30% of lands by 2030
Success depends on funding, milestones and timelines for Indigenous-led conservation solutions
Over 150 Fairy Creek old-growth defenders to appear in Nanaimo court today
This is among the largest number of people appearing before Justice Thompson in a single day since Fairy Creek protests began.