Two years after release of the Old-Growth Strategic Review panel report, environmental groups give B.C. government failing grades on its progress to protect threatened old-growth forests.
We are excited to celebrate the start of ĆENT̸OL̵EṈ (winter time) with a new educational packet. Learn more about this time of transformation and learn from community-based stories.
Marbled murrelets (SḰEḰOḰEȾ) are an ocean and forest-dwelling being that have much to teach us. We invite you to engage with this resource that explores the interdependence of all forest beings.
Thousands of hectares of at-risk forests recommended for deferrals already logged, thousands more on the chopping blocks 30 days after government announcement
Environmental groups including Sierra Club BC are demanding that premier Jason Kenney retract and apologize for continued defamatory remarks
Sierra Club BC Climate Justice Campaigner Anjali Appadurai offers the following statement in response to the RCMP raid on Wet’suwet’en Territory during a provincial state of emergency.
We are calling for the B.C. government to take real action to mitigate the climate emergency that is causing widespread destruction and biodiversity loss.
Explore our highlights from the COP26 climate talks in Glasgow! We are so grateful to our supporters who helped us bring old-growth to a global stage
Sierra Club BC’s Senior Forest and Climate Campaigner Jens Wieting is available to comment on emerging UN agreements from COP26 and what they mean for BC
New government mapping of at-risk old-growth calls for urgent action. But the pace of change on the ground remains uncertain, which could unleash a race to the bottom
Senior Forest and Climate Campaigner Jens Wieting is available to comment on today’s COP26 accord and the B.C. government's expected announcement on old-growth forests
Join Sierra Club BC and the Climate Emergency Unit for a live update from COP26 in Glasgow and ideas on what you can do from home to support climate action!
Sierra Club BC Climate Justice Campaigner Anjali Appadurai offers the following statement in response to today’s updated CleanBC plan announcement, ‘Roadmap to 2030’