The Metrotown demovictions are rapidly becoming the most hot button issue in Burnaby, and we want to know what you think! Please fill out this quick four-question survey to let us know how you feel about the issue. Or keep reading if you want to know more...
Just thought we'd send along a few little updates from our fabulous climate action teams. We've been up to lots of fun stuff together and we're hoping you might get a little FOMO (fear of missing out) and decide you just can't resist joining our team ;)
(FYI if that happens you can join us for a community meeting this Thursday July 19th in Vancouver, a climate solutions workshop on July 23rd, or check out our jam-packed event calendar for more opportunities to plug in!)
Did you know that West Vancouver has the highest percentage of electric vehicles per capita in all of North America, that BC has more solar potential than renewable energy leader Germany, or that a district energy project in Richmond is creating well over six hundred local jobs?Read more
November 21, 2017: Unceded traditional territory of the Coast Salish Peoples; Squamish, Musqueam and Tsleil-Waututh
First Nations are fronlining the battle stop the Kinder Morgan pipeline not only on the ground, in their traditional, unceded territories, but in the courts as well. Those Nations are fighting for indigenous and human rights in their communities, while also defending the shared coast, our shared climate and our shared future from oil spills and catastrophic global warming. There’s no room for pipelines in our future and the Kinder Morgan pipeline is dangerous for this coast.Read more
November 20th, 2017: Unceded Coast Salish Territory; Musqueam, Squamish and Tseil-Waututh Peoples.
With the threats of climate change looming, Force of Nature volunteers have been working together on their piece of the climate solutions puzzle. One of the Lower Mainland’s biggest challenges will be to develop a quick energy transition from fossil fuels to renewable energies. Over the summer, our solar team has been working hard to remove the red tape around solar photovoltaic permitting for small scale residential solar installations in Metro Vancouver.