Love for Átl’ḵa7tsem / Howe Sound
The magic of Átl’ḵa7tsem / Howe Sound … For the last 17 years, I've been witness to little miracles as Átl’ḵa7tsem / Howe Sound recovers. Watching the herring return, and the web of life that follows. To see the whales return after nearly a century without them.Read more
Our successes in 2021
This is one of my favourite places in the world: the Stawamus River. Right now the coho are spawning, and there are salmon-coloured eggs buried in the river bed, American dippers hunting for them, and dead salmon frozen on the banks—if the eagles and bears haven't gotten to them first.Read more
Woodfibre LNG fall update 2021
It's a façade of slow progress... It took nearly a year for Woodfibre LNG to announce a new president, Christine Kennedy, previously the Deputy Minister of Jobs, Economic Development and Competitiveness; and before that the Associate Deputy Minister in BC's Office of the Premier.Read more
Help us end BC's biggest fossil fuel subsidy for good!
Thanks to massive public pressure, the BC NDP have launched a Royalty Review to evaluate subsidies for fracking companies. This is a critical opportunity to end Deep Well Royalty Credits—one of BC's biggest fossil fuel subsidies.Read more
How we will catalyze climate action in Howe Sound
Earlier this month my daughters were trapped in Hope for three days by the unprecedented landslides that shut down highways. Thankfully everyone was okay, and they were able to help those more in need. The climate emergency is affecting all of us, right now.Read more
BC's roadmap to 2030 is a highway to hell
Last week CleanBC released its Roadmap to 2030. Our take: it's a highway to hell. BC’s climate action plan falls far short of the bold and transformative changes that we need to keep warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius. There is nothing in the plan to phase-out fracking or LNG exports.Read more
TODAY 4:30pm at Quest! Help us stop Woodfibre LNG!
Squamish-ites! We just found out that Resource Works is hosting an event with Woodfibre LNG up at QuestU, today! Some of our volunteers are coordinating a demonstration, and we're going to be there to support. We are facing climate catastrophe.Read more
Fracking the Peace
This summer I went to the Peace River region on Treaty 8 territory in Northeastern BC, where the fracking industry is booming. Nothing could have prepared me for seeing the impacts of this industrialization with my own eyes. From the highway, I saw a forty-foot column of fire shoot into the sky.Read more