A large collection of health, faith, environmental, labour and social justice groups, representing one million three hundred thousand Canadians, have sent a letter to Prime Minister Trudeau and his cabinet asking that in the federal bailout to the oil and gas industry, expected later this week, no more money be given to companies, only to workers.
It’s with great sadness and excitement that the Sierra Club BC team says goodbye to Galen Armstrong, a core member of our team. We wish him all the best of luck in this next chapter!
On the fourth anniversary of the landmark Great Bear Rainforest Agreements, environmental organizations are warning that the implementation of remaining key protection measures for the region’s coastal temperate old-growth rainforests are significantly delayed.
Today’s ruling by the Federal Court of Appeal is deeply disappointing, even if unsurprising. Ignoring Indigenous rights and Indigenous law should not be held up as an example of reconciliation.
In this weekly webinar series hosted by Pull Together, we'll learn from impacted communities along the whole Trans Mountain pipeline and tanker route.
We're excited to launch of our new strategic plan, a transformational vision to protect ecosystems and support diverse communities in climate resilience. Just like the heron, we aim to bring balance into all our relationships.
Sierra Club BC's Executive Director Hannah Askew shares her reflections on the process of creating our new strategic plan, "Growing into Balance."
While Coastal GasLink has approval from the B.C. Environmental Assessment Office, a condition of the approval is that construction can’t proceed until the Condition 1 Final Report #2 is approved. This report has not yet been approved by the Environment Assessment Office.
With wildfires and floods raging around the world, it is clear that we need bold climate action. Learn why forests are our best climate ally and how you can stand up for old-growth today.
Learn how you can go green with your investments and divest from fossil fuel companies.
Our environmental educator Amira Maddison breaks down the current state of climate change education in BC schools and how you can help your child become more eco-literate in the face of the climate crisis.
"It’s appalling that a province known for its natural beauty is one of the country’s top supporters of the fossil fuel industry."
B.C. clearcuts releasing more carbon than they absorb form a total area larger than Vancouver Island.