As we wrap up a very unusual year, we're looking back at our favourite podcasts from 2020 (and a couple from previous years that we still enjoy).
Come and join us this winter solstice! Learn more about this special time and explore some ways you and your friends and family can join the fun!
The report reveals that the gap to B.C.’s legislated 2030 target has increased significantly, and that oil and gas sectors now emit more climate pollution than all other industries in the province combined.
As we experience the climate emergency, find out why it's so important to protect old-growth forests today!
Letter addressed to Dr. Bonnie Henry urges B.C.’s Provincial Health Officer to prioritize the health of Wet’suwet’en peoples and respect their ask to shut down work camps due to increasing COVID-19 concerns.
The province of British Columbia has missed its own deadline to complete the CleanBC plan, another in a long string of broken promises on climate action.
We are thrilled that Ascher Goodman will be offering new and improved versions of our Climate and Place program in the Lower Mainland!
In this session, we'll be learning to draw the iconic orca with scientific illustrator Dr. Julius Csotonyi! Grab a pencil and join the fun!
Sierra Club BC & Kwakwaka’wakw hereditary chiefs are standing in solidarity with Mike Maquinna, the Council of Chiefs of Mowachaht/Muchalaht First Nation and with affected communities of Tsaxana and Gold River.
Jens Wieting takes a closer look at the old-growth panel recommendations, the provincial response, and what more is needed.
Learn how to draw Bocaccio rockfish with scientific illustrator Dr. Julius Csotonyi! Come get creative with us, fun for all ages!
Get to know our five 2020 Sierra Club BC award recipients! We are so grateful for all of their hard work standing up for the land and water.
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.