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 ways that you can help us with urgent conservation issues in British Columbia.
Want to do more? Here are some ideas:
Join our social networking community
Become part of our Facebook, Twitter or YouTube networks and help us get the word out about important actions. By joining our community, you will stay in the loop on urgent issues and can share your questions and concerns with us - we always welcome your feedback.
Send our actions to your friends, family and coworkers
Help us spread the word about these issues. The more voices speaking up for B.C.'s environment the better!
Connect with one of our local groups
By joining forces with other like-minded individuals, you can pool your ideas and really make a difference. If you have enough interest in your area, you can even form a new Sierra Club BC Local Group.
Write a letter to your elected representative
One of the easiest and most effective ways you can take action on environmental issues is by writing to your political representatives. Every letter an elected official receives is taken to represent many others!
Who should you write? Check these contact lists forand .
Write a Letter to the Editor
Writing a letter to the editor of your local paper is another effective way to make your voice heard. Remember to keep your letter short and to the point, and to include your contact information at the bottom of your letter so the Editor can contact you with questions.
Here are some ideas about where you can send your Letters to the Editor:
Become an activist (or become a better one)
Want to learn how you can become an activist? Or, if you already consider yourself one, want to sharpen your savvy? Take a minute to download and read by former Sierra Club of Canada Executive Director, Elizabeth May.