LNG Canada’s final investment decision to proceed in the absence of a credible science-based provincial climate plan demonstrates the provincial government is disregarding the latest climate science, says Sierra Club BC.
You helped stop the Trans Mountain pipeline and tankers in the courts! The pipeline's approval has been quashed - but Trudeau is doubling down on his attempt to ram this project through.
Fossil fuel expansion and meaningful climate action cannot coexist, says Sierra Club BC in a letter to Premier John Horgan, Minister of Environment and Climate Strategy George Heyman, and Minister of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources Michelle Mungall.
Founding member Ken Farquharson has been with us from the very beginning. Elisabeth Hazell sat down with Ken to listen to some of these stories.
The West Moberly and Prophet River First Nations are pursuing legal action over the Site C dam with the goal of stopping the dam completely. Adrienne Peacock has provided this guest blog shining a light on the problem of mercury contamination of fish, one of the issues raised in the court case.
To mark Science Literacy Week, the Sierra Club BC Education Team has come up with a list of our favourite nature science books for students, teachers and learners of all ages. Check it out and share with fellow science lovers!
Welcome back to a new school year! After a fairly quiet summer, things are buzzing again here in the Education Program at Sierra Club BC.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: August 30, 2018 VICTORIA – Sierra…
Be a part of our history and help us celebrate 50 years! Sierra Club BC marks our 50th anniversary in 2019.
If you know what’s happening to Vancouver Island's ancient old-growth rainforests and you want to do more than send a letter, this blog is for you.
While many of BC’s trees are going up in flames, the most resilient provincial forests that are less prone to fire – intact old-growth rainforests – continue to be clearcut in most parts of the province.
While many of BC’s trees are going up in flames, the most resilient provincial forests that are less prone to fire – intact old-growth rainforests – continue to be clearcut in most parts of the province. On the twenty-fifth anniversary of the historic Clayoquot Sound mass arrest, a new Sierra Club BC map and data show more than thirty per cent of Vancouver Island’s remaining productive old-growth rainforest in 1993 was destroyed in just the last twenty-five years.