Sierra Club BC is a non-profit environmental organization whose mission is to protect and conserve British Columbia’s wilderness, species and ecosystems, within the urgent context of global warming. We advocate the responsible use of B.C.’s natural resources while promoting a modern, equitable economy that sustains our planet in every way.
From signature campaigns, such as our work to protect the Great Bear Rainforest and Flathead River Valley, to our award-winning education program and promotion of sustainable fisheries and seafood, we get involved in issues in which we believe we can make a difference. Our history speaks for itself.
Our nine local groups address pressing environmental concerns in their communities, from Victoria and Vancouver to Haida Gwaii and Kelowna.
One of our greatest strengths is our ability to mobilize British Columbians to write letters, attend rallies, meet with decision-makers and engage in many different ways to protect B.C.'s wild spaces and species. Our map of environmental hotspots points to some of the most pressing issues around the province.
We send out an e-newsletter, Sierra Life, every other Saturday that summarizes our campaign victories, gives progress updates, and profiles events, outings and urgent environmental issues. Our action alerts let you know when becoming involved in an issue can make a difference—and they make it easy for you to take action.