Read Energy and Climate Campaigner Larissa Stendie's summary from the First Nations oral hearings at the National Energy Board panel for Kinder Morgan.
As we get ready to wrap up 2014 and close the office for the holidays, we reflect on what was a very busy 45th anniversary-year for Sierra Club BC, filled with heady successes and difficult challenges
This op ed by forests and climate campaigner, Jens Wieting, appeared in the Times Colonist.
Sierra Club BC has been attending the First Nations National Energy Board (NEB) hearings for Kinder Morgan in Victoria, BC. Read our daily account of the hearings.
After years of negotiations, technical work and planning our shared vision for healthy rainforests and thriving communities in the Great Bear Rainforest is close to becoming reality.
In a disappointing turn of events, the Supreme Court of British Columbia has ruled that the oil and gas industry — and other major industrial users — do not require a water licence for long term access to the province’s freshwater resources.
Thanks to Sierra Club Malaspina, Myrtle Creek Stewards and the Powell River Sea Cadets, Coho salmon are returning to their ancestral spawning grounds in upper Myrtle Creek.
The results from the 2014 bat bioblitz in the Flathead are in. Learn why you should be frightened for the future of bats and not frightened of the bats themselves.
The federal and provincial governments have announced they will grant environmental assessment approval to the proposed Site C dam in the Peace Valley, despite the findings of the government’s own review panel.
Sierra Club BC is pleased to welcome our new environmental educator Kirsten Dallimore to our education team. Kirsten will begin visiting K to 8 classrooms next week to deliver Sierra Club BC's exciting and interactive environmental education programs.
The countdown for a decision on Site C is on. Federal Environment Minster Leona Aglukkaq stated that her ministry will make a decision on October 22, 2014.
RAVEN Trust and Sierra Club BC have collaborated on an innovative, community-based fundraising campaign Pull Together, which has both an online and offline component. Read about some of the creative ways people have begun to fundraise for Pull Together.
Sierra Club BC is calling on the B.C. government to pledge new action against global warming, especially in light of the Canadian government’s failure to take climate change seriously.
At the end of August, we met with government officials to discuss our concerns with the proposed BC Education Plan, a draft new curriculum for grades K to 9, which effectively removes environmental education from B.C. classrooms.
Kinder Morgan are now applying to dramatically change the boundaries of four B.C. parks.The comment period for this application is open from Aug 28 to Oct 12. Take action now!
Sierra Malaspina is helping Coho and Chum salmon reach ancestral spawning grounds high up in the Myrtle Creek watershed near Powell River.
While Sierra Club BC welcomes the BC government's announcement to initiate an independent investigation of the Mount Polley disaster and third party review of safety inspections of provincial tailings ponds, we are calling for additional broader action to minimize and prevent risks of environmental devastation caused by mines.
Summer is almost over and Sierra Club BC's Education Team has put together another year of fun educational program for children and youth. Check out what's on offer for ages 13-27.
Sierra Club BC is calling on the British Columbia government to establish a committee of experts, independent from industry and government, to investigate the Mount Polley disaster.
Sierra Club BC, in partnership with R.A.V.E.N. and northern communities, launched Pull Together, a new campaign in the fight against Enbridge.