Sierra Club BC and the National Farmers Union (NFU) are joining forces to protect B.C.’s farmland and ensure local, sustainable food is put on our tables.
Our team had the opportunity to attend an Indigenous Laws workshop run by the Indigenous Law Research Unit and it was a transformative experience.
Good news! Residents in a dozen municipalities and regional districts advancing biodiversity resolutions at their city councils.
A tribute to Bud Napoleon, who led by example in better caring for the lands and waters. His kind spirit and generosity will be greatly missed.
Nuchatlaht First Nation's title case highlights the real problem with Canadian colonial law in addressing Indigenous land justice, writes Kate Kempton.
Join us for a webinar about how much old growth remains, what is being done to keep it standing, and how to separate facts from government and corporate spin.
Community members are coming together to help protect an elk herd whose winter home on the Naramata Bench is at risk of being clearcut.
Join our 6-session arts-based workshop to re-imagine our connection with nature! Applications close at midnight on May 15
Learn how to draw kelp forests with scientific illustrator Dr. Julius Csotonyi! Come get creative with us in this interactive lesson, fun for all ages!
Looming fracked LNG projects threaten provincial, national, and global climate targets.
Thanks to the community power of Burnaby residents, a development plan to remove 21 acres of wetlands was stopped! Together, change is possible!
Join us for a webinar on why we took the B.C. government to court hosted by Sierra Club BC and Ecojustice.
Learn how to move the dial for biodiversity at your city council! Apply for this mentorship program with Jeremy Loveday and Sierra Club BC today.