Learn how to connect the kids in your life to the amazing natural world that surrounds us. Come and explore new educational resources in this webinar.
The approval of the Woodfibre LNG terminal shows that the new federal government is not taking the climate emergency seriously. Data released from NASA earlier in March shows an alarming acceleration of global temperature increase.
On Wednesday February 24th, Sierra Club BC partnered with the Royal BC Museum to put on a multifaceted event that brought out speakers Troy Sebastian from the Ktunaxa National Council, Dr. Richard Hebda from the Royal BC Museum, and world renowned conservationists Brian Keating.
The environmental assessment for Petronas’ Pacific Northwest LNG terminal on Lelu Island was released last month. It found the proposed project would have significant climate impacts and harm to local harbour porpoises, but completely ignored the risks to wild salmon.
On March 1, BC Hydro was given an injunction authorizing removal of a First Nations cultural camp at the historic site of Rocky Mountain Fort near the proposed dam site. Now BC Hydro is in a rush to finish clear-cutting a large portion of the riverbank on the Peace River before the migratory songbirds come back in March and logging has to stop.
It's not a beating heart, pumping life-sustaining blood, like mine and yours, but it is life sustaining.
What role do ferns play in B.C.'s ecosystems? Find out from environmental education team.
The licorice fern (Polypodium glycyrrhiza) is common on the west coast of North America, from northern California to the coast of Alaska.
On March 10, President Obama will hold a State Dinner at the…
Growing up, I spent most of my time outside. I loved going for walks, swimming in rivers and lakes, camping, canoeing and sitting around a fire at night. Some of my best times were spent taking my dog for a walk in a big farmers’ field behind our house.