SFU community pushing for investment in renewables and climate justice on campus.
Against the wishes of First Nations, the British Columbia government has opened the Sacred Headwaters to industrial development.
The controversial practice of raw log exports from BC has reached all-time record levels in the last few years.
The legislation not only protects over 600,000 acres of land in the US, but also achieves mining and energy ban in transnational Flathead Valley.
Landowners in the Peace Valley, BC ratepayers and BC taxpayers should not bear the costs Site C Dam project: PVLA president Ken Boon
BC groups launch legal challenge over coal transport in Fraser River
Reward Cities for Climate Action: Vote Online from Feb. 15 to Mar.15
Northern Gateway: Unwanted pipeline, unwilling province
BC steps on the (liquefied natural) gas
Troc-Exchange explores the virtues of collaborative consumption
Evergreen BC’s Green City Race
Inspiring a new generation of change makers
Free lecture: The Minnesota Series – Original Thinking from American Midwest (w/ Charles Marohn, Oct 24)
Peace Valley Landowner Association challenges Site C approval in court
Treaty 8 First Nations take Site C decision to court
Fish farm licences challenged in Federal Court
Video: Salmon-Safe works with Farmers to protect wild Pacific salmon habitat
Majority of public comments reject BC forest privatization scheme
Video: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Pacific Salmon Foundation & Goldcorp partner to improve Salmon
Raw log exports skyrocket in British Columbia
Federal approval doesn’t guarantee Northern Gateway will be built
US senate passes watershed legislation affecting BC’s Flathead Valley
National Geographic honours Gwaii Haanas
Protecting Kokanee salmon
Taking the Earth’s pulse: UBC scientists unveil a new economic and environmental index – UBC
SFU Student Coalition Hosts “Reinvest in our Future” Week
VIDEO: Conversations in Sustainability: The University of British Columbia
Video: UBC Reads Sustainability: Odyssey to the Sacred Headwaters
World’s largest volunteer Shoreline Cleanup comes to Vancouver
Petition to end waste dumping in the Inlet
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