To get summer started off right, here are some nature-based activities to support you and your family in having a creative season!
The new Canadian greenhouse gas emissions report shows that despite efforts to reduce climate pollution, B.C.’s annual emissions increased by 3.5% in 2018.
We dive into the importance of ancient forests for healthy communities, a liveable climate and sustainable economies through the portal of this pandemic.
Episode 1: We connect the dots between the pandemic and climate, and dive into powerful community and nature-based stories!
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.
In times like these, the resiliency of the human spirit continues to shine. The Sierra Club BC family believes in community and in working with one another to solve challenges that affect us all.
In this guest post, lawyer Noah Ross discusses his experience offering legal observer training in Wet’suwet’en territory.
Sierra Club BC is working to transform our organizational culture to better recognize Indigenous law and governance and centre environmental justice. Find out how we're shifting the climate story!
Clayoquot Sound is a spectacular labyrinth of rainforest, ocean, fjords, inlets and the territory of the aaḥuusʔatḥ (Ahousaht), hišqʷiʔatḥ (Hesquiaht) and ƛaʔuukʷiʔatḥ (Tla-o-qui-aht).
Teztan Biny, or Fish Lake, is a rich freshwater ecosystem in the headwaters of Chilcotin River, an important tributary of the Fraser River in the territory of the Tsilhqot’in Nation. Teztan Biny supports a large and genetically unique wild trout population as well as other wildlife, plants and medicines.
Climate strike organizer—and our new Youth Advisor!—Rebecca Wolf Gage speaks out on why youth are taking to the streets to demand bold climate action.
Today, on International Women’s Day, we recognize the role of women locally and globally who have fought for gender equity, for protecting the land and water, and for advocating for a life of opportunity for their children and grandchildren.
A call of solidarity to stand against the increased racism being experienced by Indigenous people in response to the Wet'suwet'en solidarity actions.