We are embarking on an epic solar-powered catamaran journey to celebrate the Salish Sea and the communities along its shores. The boat will dock in six communities, so we can speak with people about the threats facing this unique body of water, share stories and connect with community members interested in taking on the challenge of climate change locally.
We are holding a rally for the Walbran Valley on Tuesday, July 7th at noon at the Ministry of Forests office.
The provincial government has the power to reject Teal Jones' application to log old-growth rainforest in the heart of the Walbran Valley -- lets make some noise at the Ministry of Forests office and demand they do just that!
Wilderness Committee and Manitoba Energy Justice Coalition deliver Stop Energy East letters to Premier today at 10:30 a.m.
WINNIPEG – Today at 10:30 a.m., the Wilderness Committee and the Manitoba Energy Justice Coalition (MEJC) will deliver over 1,000 letters to Premier Selinger’s office at the Manitoba Legislative Assembly, asking the provincial government to deny construction permits for the controversial Energy East pipeline proposal.
There are many reasons to stand up against new pipelines, coal facilities, gas plants and refineries, and against the influence that fossil fuel industries have on our governments. But behind the immediate and obvious impacts to our air and water, our rejection of these fossil fuel projects is based on an intuitive and realistic vision of the future – a world that leaves us shouting "YES!"
This report is about painting the vision of a world we can all support, one where doing a decent day's work doesn't jeopardize our children's ability to live in a stable, life-supporting climate.