Sierra Club BC's education coordinator, Lisa Dumoulin, provides an update on the this year's successes.
A guest blog by karst researcher Charly Caproff on the importance of cave formations to climate change scientists.
Sierra Club BC's Jens Wieting suggests BC is not the climate leader it purports to be, noting that greenhouse gas emissions actually increased in 2013.
Sierra Club BC Executive Director reflects on meeting E.O Wilson.
Sierra Club BC volunteer Sue Andrews reflects on her experience working with Sierra Club BC's Victoria volunteer group.
Read Executive Director Bob Peart's review of a recent read: J.B. Mackinnon's The Once and Future World: Nature As It Was, As It Is, and As It Should Be.
One step closer to protecting the Flathead River Valley: U.S. Senate Passes Watershed Legislation Affecting B.C.’s Flathead River Valley
The U.S. Senate has passed legislation to protect an area of Montana that connects to the Flathead River Valley, where Sierra Club BC is working to get a national park made to complete an important wildlife corridor.
Karst blogger Charly Caproff gets down to the bottom of the Alberni Valley's water issues.
Read Energy and Climate Campaigner Larissa Stendie's account of the First Nations oral hearings at the National Energy Board panel for Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain project.
Learn all about bats and their habitat.
Karst blogger Charly Caproff is Simon Fraser University's first ever Bachelor of Environment candidate in the Environmental Resource Management major! Learn more about SFU's new program and how it's looking to improve the human-nature relationship.
Flathead Outreach Coordinator Mark Worthing shares his account of the recent Yellowstone to Yukon symposium at Waterton Lakes National Park.
Like most Vancouver Islanders, I rarely venture farther north than the Cariboo. Southern B.C. provides wilderness enough for three lifetimes – or so I thought until this summer, when I fell in love with the Peace Valley.
This summer, Mark Worthing, Sierra Club BC's Flathead outreach coordinator, joined a team of 15 bat researchers in the lower Flathead Basin on the 3rd annual BioBlitz research expedition.
Sierra Club BC volunteer Gerry is a self-professed car nut. He's owned 43 cars over his lifetime, he builds cars, and he's ditched his passion for piston engines for cleaner, greener electric vehicles.
On August 30, the Lummi Nation made a stop at Songhees Wellness Centre in Victoria (unceded Coast Salish territory) as part of the Totem Pole Journey. The group is traveling the proposed Keystone XL and Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline routes, stopping finally at the Beaver Lake Cree Nation to deliver a custom totem carved by Jewell Praying Wolf James (House of Tears Carvers).
Charly Caproff recently met her "karst-mentor" in Port Alberni, and found a beautiful karst system there.
This tribute to Sierra Club founder, John Muir, by Ana Simeon, was published in the September 2014 issue of Island Parent.
Ana Simeon's article in the Georgia Straight explaining why B.C. should not build the Site C dam in the Peace River Valley.
In 1986 Sierra Club BC supporter and environmental activist Carol Brown joined dozens of other volunteers in Sooke to look after birds soaked in oil from a tanker spill in Port Angeles.