Episode 9: In this episode, we explore the Green New Deal movement for a just transition and what it could mean for you.
Leave no trace. What does the three-word slogan really mean? Simply put, it is the best practice to follow to enjoy and protect our natural spaces. It’s a lot more than just packing out your garbage.
In Episode 5: Who pays when it comes to climate change?
Saying yes to the TMX pipeline and tankers project is saying yes to more record-breaking wildfire destruction, droughts, rising sea levels and acidifying oceans. We are in a climate emergency. We must act like we are.
The Sooke Hills are located on southern Vancouver Island within the territories of the T’Sou-ke First Nation and the Scia’new First Nation, also known as Beecher Bay. The Nations have used the area for many thousands of years for spiritual, food, medicinal and other purposes.
Sierra Club BC calls for immediate steps to reduce the danger of worsening droughts, floods and fire caused by forest destruction and climate breakdown
In Episode 4: Has the time come for energy democracy?
Please join Sierra Club BC in honouring our past and celebrating the future of the longest running environmental charity in BC.
Sierra Club BC and concerned citizens are calling on the B.C. government to take immediate steps to save the few remaining intact areas of old-growth forest on Vancouver Island and endangered old-growth forests across the province. These actions are imperative in light of the worsening global climate and ecological emergencies.
In Episode 3: Going 100% renewable on Haida Gwaii.
After reviewing provincial operation plans, Sierra Club BC fears that BC Timber Sales (BCTS) intends to log 5,400 hectares of intact ancient rainforest in the near future on Vancouver Island.
Be a part of our history and help us celebrate 50 years! Sierra Club BC marks our 50th anniversary in 2019.
On June 6, we’re delivering letters to MLAs and making some noise across the province to show there’s broad support for protecting old-growth forests.