Every voice counts. Make yours heard. Take action now!

We need real change in forestry lawsTELL THE BC GOVERNMENT: WE NEED REAL CHANGE IN FORESTRY LAWS! Act now and demand that the BC government takes bold action for old-growth. Add your voice today!

pull together, pull together bc, stoptmx, trans mountainPULL TOGETHER TO STOP TMX. Stand with Indigenous Nations as they challenge the Trans Mountain pipeline and tanker expansion in court. Together with our partner RAVEN, our Pull Together campaign raises funds for Indigenous legal challenges. We’re supporting organizers to hold events in their community – who knew stopping a pipeline could be so fun!? Visit our Pull Together website to learn more and get involved.

SAY NO TO NEW COAL MINES IN THE ELK VALLEY. Teck Resources is relentlessly extracting coal and contaminating river systems with toxic selenium pollution. Please tell the BC government you expect no coal mining expansion in the Elk Valley until pollution is brought under control.

Tell BC’s forests minister: Save Vancouver Island’s last endangered old-growth rainforest! Three square metres every second—this is the rate at which the last rare ancient trees on Vancouver Island are being cut. Tell Forests Minister Doug Donaldson you support an Old-Growth Protection Act and a halt to logging in critical hotspots.

PLEASE TELL PREMIER HORGAN YOU WANT REAL CLIMATE LEADERSHIP – NOT LNG! The most recent report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change outlines the stark choice facing us all: zero emissions by 2050 or catastrophic climate change.

Writing to your political representatives can be an effective way to take action on environmental issues. Find your BC provincial and federal elected officials.

Our work depends on volunteers. We can always use help with things like canvassing, organizing and promoting events and data entry. Volunteer with us!

Want To Do More?

Thank you for taking action for B.C.'s wild spaces and species! If you want to do more, there are lots of easy ways that you can help with urgent conservation issues in British Columbia.


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