The 'Intact Forests, Safe Communities' report's message is resonating across the province with over 100 mainstream media stories published since its release.
Our Environmental Education team has lots of exciting things planned for 2021! Learn about our evolving program offerings in this latest webinar!
Read inspired writing by Charlotte Malcolmson, age 12, a student in Ktunaxa Territory (Nelson, BC).
This invitation is an opportunity to learn through the deeply felt words of a W̱SÁNEĆ steward, researcher, teacher and grandmother. Her conversations offer an insight into land stewardship, the critical need for environmental restoration, teaching youth about conservation, and being reminded of the multi-valued interconnected ecosystem.
In this session, we'll be learning to draw caribou with scientific illustrator Dr. Julius Csotonyi! Grab a pencil and join the fun!
New independent report commissioned by Sierra Club BC shows that governments can mitigate climate related disasters like flooding, droughts, and fires by protecting and restoring intact forests.
A new report on reducing community climate risks through forest protection and a paradigm shift in forest management.
As we wrap up a very unusual year, we're looking back at our favourite podcasts from 2020 (and a couple from previous years that we still enjoy).
Come and join us this winter solstice! Learn more about this special time and explore some ways you and your friends and family can join the fun!
The report reveals that the gap to B.C.’s legislated 2030 target has increased significantly, and that oil and gas sectors now emit more climate pollution than all other industries in the province combined.
As we experience the climate emergency, find out why it's so important to protect old-growth forests today!
Letter addressed to Dr. Bonnie Henry urges B.C.’s Provincial Health Officer to prioritize the health of Wet’suwet’en peoples and respect their ask to shut down work camps due to increasing COVID-19 concerns.