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

STAND WITH THE WET’SUWET’ENCall on our governments to respect Indigenous rights and title, revoke permits and stop pushing the Coastal Gaslink fossil fuel pipeline.

TELL SENATORS TO PASS BILL C-69Don’t let senators be misled by the oil and gas industry. Bill c-69 will help protect future generations of Canadians.  Canada’s environmental laws need your help, send your message now!

TELL PREMIER HORGAN: USE ALL THE TOOLS IN YOUR TOOLBOX TO STOP TRANS MOUNTAIN! It’s time for a new made-in-BC review of Trans Mountain. Please tell the BC government to stop fighting First Nations, cancel its environmental certificate for this dirty tar sands pipeline, and do an environmental review under a new process the public can trust.

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.

Call on Canada’s transport authorities to stop giving dangerous ATB oil tankers a free pass. These dangerous shipments of oil and volatile chemicals are putting BC’s entire coastline at risk right now.

Call on our governments to stop excluding First Nations from the Columbia River Treaty negotiations! To address the injustices caused by the Treaty, First Nations must have a real say as direct participants in today’s negotiations.

Tell BC’s forests minister: NO public handouts for endangered old-growth logging! Not only is the BC government allowing the continued clearcut logging of endangered ancient forests – it’s using your tax dollars to speed up the destruction.

Tell Premier Horgan: Power up BC’s clean energy economy! How much money are you spending to subsidize the fossil fuel industry? Call on Premier Horgan and BC’s environment and energy ministers to keep their promise to move BC toward a green economy with well-paying jobs across the province – and stop subsidizing fossil fuels.

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.

Call on Prime Minister Trudeau to halt Site C dam. UNESCO has strongly criticized Canada for failing to protect a UNESCO World Heritage Site from the impacts of the Site C dam. Send a letter calling for a halt to construction while the federal government assesses the potential impacts on Wood Buffalo National Park.

Don’t allow the oil industry to water down or kill Bill C-48! The federal government has taken a major step in making good on its promise of an oil tanker ban on B.C.’s north coast. But big oil interests are determined to weaken or even defeat this legislation. Tell the committee they cannot allow the oil industry lobbyists to weaken Bill C-48 in any way.

Host a solidarity event to stop Kinder Morgan. First Nations’ legal challenges killed Enbridge, and they can stop Kinder Morgan too. Whether you raise $100 or $1,000, you’ll be helping to protect coastal waters, whales and salmon.

Ask our governments to consider climate in their environmental reviews. The impacts of climate change are already here. We need decisive, effective climate action now. That means asking whether new energy projects will make climate change worse.

Read and support our 10-point plan for climate action. We used the best available science to produce a clear and comprehensive path for BC to tackle climate change. We also made some fun graphics you can share to help spread the word!

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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