This is among the largest number of people appearing before Justice Thompson in a single day since Fairy Creek protests began.
A guide on hosting a fundraising event for Sierra Club BC. Together, we can protect the ecosystems that do so much to sustain us all.
The report is also missing information about how the province plans to meet its longer-term targets, as well as those tied to emissions in the oil & gas sector.
An interactive 'tool' to help foster dialogue in bridging Indigenous and Western ways of knowing, based in Coast Salish protocol.
With the UN Biodiversity Conference (COP 15) a month away, new report sounds the alarm on major provincial and federal failures in biodiversity protection in BC
This independent report highlights the legal gaps driving biodiversity loss and extinction in BC... and how a biodiversity law co-developed with Indigenous Nations can help fix this.
Yesterday’s B.C. government old-growth announcement didn’t offer an update on progress for deferrals across the 2.6 million hectares of the most at-risk old-growth forests in B.C. The last provincial update from April 2022 showed that only about 40% of these most at-risk stands had been deferred.
Learn how to draw black bears with scientific illustrator Dr. Julius Csotonyi! Come get creative with us in this interactive lesson, fun for all ages!
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Sierra Club BC campaigner and bear biologist praise the tabling of bear den protection bill in B.C. Legislative Assembly.
Sierra Club BC, represented by Ecojustice, is suing the B.C. government for failing to report on whether its climate plans will achieve several key emissions targets.
It’s up to all of us, settlers especially, to educate ourselves and speak out on Canada’s long (and ongoing) history of systematic oppression of Indigenous peoples. Sierra Club BC is asking our friends and supporters to engage with several resources.