By Executive Director Hannah Askew December 5, 2018 Today,…
B.C.’s clean growth plan is a major step forward in the race to combat the climate crisis and secure a better future for British Columbians, said Sierra Club BC.
November 30, 2018 By Mark Worthing, Conservation and Climate…
At the beginning of this school year, the Education Program celebrated 20 years of working with schools across the province. Since the program launched in 1998, Sierra Club BC’s Environmental Educators have worked with over 140,000 students!
Even as calls for climate action grow more and more urgent, fracking is at the centre of efforts to give fossil fuels renewed life in B.C. Given the seriousness of the climate threats we are fighting, it shouldn’t be happening and Sierra Club BC is fighting it on multiple fronts.
The Big Stall traces the origins of the government's climate change plan back to the energy sector itself — in particular Big Oil.
Days ahead of the release of B.C.’s climate plan, Vancouverites are gathering to forge alliances with northerners and prevent liquefied natural gas (LNG) from undermining desperately-needed action on global warming.
Join the Wilderness Committee, Ancient Forest Alliance and Sierra Club BC for an update on Vancouver Island’s remaining old-growth rainforests and the movement to protect them!
The Wilderness Committee and Sierra Club BC have visited Schmidt Creek and confirmed logging has begun in BC Timber Sales (BCTS) cut blocks in the valley. The blocks, all located on steep slopes, were auctioned off this spring, sparking concern over the potential for landslides so close to important orca rubbing beaches at nearby Robson Bight.
Join us for an evening of conversation with experts from across the province as they uncover the truth behind LNG.
The start of this school year marked 20 years since Sierra Club BC’s Education Program began working with students across the province. We’re throwing ourselves a birthday party and you’re invited!
Ecojustice and Sierra Club BC are taking the province to court over an unparalleled decision to exempt two dams from environmental assessments — after they’d already been built.