To get summer started off right, here are some nature-based activities to support you and your family in having a creative season!
National Indigenous Peoples' Day is a day meant to recognize and celebrate the unique heritage, diverse cultures and languages, and outstanding contributions of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples.
Join our expert guest panelists to delve into the financial, investment and estate planning tools that are available for people who care about the planet.
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.
Join us to learn more about the Just Recovery and why, as a science-based organization, we need to be talking about political and social justice issues.
Sierra Club BC is devastated by the death of George Floyd, Regis Korchinski-Paquet, Breonna Taylor and other unjustly taken Black lives. We stand with Black Lives Matter and the Movement for Black Liberation.
Apply today to join our exciting new creative writing program! Open to all youth from Grade 6 to 12.
Learn how to connect the kids in your life to the amazing natural world that surrounds us. Come and explore new educational resources in this webinar.
Learn how to draw spotted owls with scientific illustrator Dr. Julius Csotonyi! Come get creative with us!
What is climate justice? Find out in our latest webinar where we explore how economic, social and climate justice overlap— and how protecting ecosystems is critical to the whole equation.
Sierra Club BC’s positions on renewable energy, biomass and other issues raised in Planet of the Humans.
The documentary "Planet of the Humans" got a lot of things wrong. But if the things it got right help spark such a transformation, it will have moved us forward, not set us back.