Until Tues, July 21st, British Columbians can submit their input on the BC government’s COVID-19 economic recovery plan. This presents a critical opportunity to call for investments in environmental protection and the transition to a green economy, including sustainable, second-growth forestry, as the province works to “build back better”. Speak up today.
Right now until 5:00 pm, Friday, June 26th, the BC government is seeking input from British Columbians on their priorities for the 2021 provincial budget. This is a critical opportunity for us to request funding for old-growth forest protection! Budget 2021 will set the tone for a post-COVID-19 BC. With $1.5 billion in stimulus spending, […]
The BC government is seeking public feedback on its proposed Old Growth Strategy until January 31st, 2020. Speak up TODAY for BC’s ancient forests by completing the online questionnaire or send an email to the independent panel, calling for science-based solutions to the old-growth crisis.
Right now, we have a MAJOR opportunity to influence changes to BC’s key forest practices legislation to protect endangered old-growth forests! Please SPEAK UP and submit your feedback online before July 15th.
The BC government is seeking recommendations for the 2020 provincial budget until Friday, June 28th. This presents a golden opportunity to request funding for old-growth forest protection! Please submit your feedback (using our prepared submission) today!
The licensee with logging rights to the most spectacular sections of Jurassic Grove is accepting public feedback on their logging plans. Please send a message by 5pm Monday, March 4th, asking for the remaining unprotected sections of Jurassic Grove to be added to adjacent Old Growth Management Areas.
ACTION ALERT: Support Expanded Protection of the Endangered Coastal Douglas-Fir ecosystem in British Columbia!
The BC government is seeking YOUR INPUT on their proposal to increase the amount of Coastal Douglas-Fir ecosystem protected on public (Crown) lands on Vancouver Island’s southeast coast and in the southern Gulf Islands.
The Coastal Douglas-Fir (CDF) ecosystem is home to the highest number of species at risk in BC and, with less than four percent of the region’s ecosystems currently protected by the province, the proposed protection measures are greatly needed. But by themselves, they're not sufficient to halt the loss of biodiversity from the region.
Please take just a couple minutes to WRITE to the BC government, telling them you support their proposal to expand protections in the endangered Coastal Douglas-Fir ecosystem on Vancouver Island and in the Gulf Islands!