Celebrating small successes
District of Squamish council votes to ratify the motion not to support a five-year extension of the Environmental Assessment Certificate for Woodfibre LNG unless they can meet IPCC climate targets. Councillors Eric Andersen, John French, and Doug Race voted in opposition. WE DID IT!Read more
Good news! Squamish does not support an extension for Woodfibre LNG
Comparing greenhouse gas emissions for the entire community of Squamish in 2017, with the projected local greenhouse gas emissions that Woodfibre LNG and the FortisBC compressor station will emit every year.Read more
Woodfibre LNG has delayed construction... again!
Woodfibre LNG has delayed construction till summer 2021. But here's the kicker... they're using COVID-19 as an excuse to get a five-year extension on their Environmental Assessment (EA) Certificate. Woodfibre LNG has delayed construction till summer 2021. But here's the kicker...Read more
This Friday join youth worldwide for a #ClimateStrikeOnline
Our world has changed. As we're all adjusting to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have had to quickly adapt months of planning for the next global climate strike. We cannot take it to the streets, so will you join us on Friday, April 3rd 2020 for a #ClimateStrikeOnline?Read more
TAKE ACTION! Five days left to comment on Woodfibre LNG's floatel
Mock-up of the "floatel" at Woodfibre LNG. Only it won't look like this idyllic picture; it's a flatbed barge with ATCO trailers on top. Imagine what Squamish will be like if 600 cashed-up, mostly male workers that don't have a connection to our community come into town?Read more
We did it! We made an orca!
We did it! We made an orca! It has been so inspiring to become part of the My Sea to Sky community this summer. We couldn't have done this without you! You can check out the #OrcaCelebration video that captures the joyful feeling of the day on YouTube , Instagram , or Facebook .Read more