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We have created a new map to show the success we’ve observed at our habitat restoration sites.
We have mapped the watersheds that feed into critical habitat for Southern Resident killer whales. Protecting these rivers is directly linked to the recovery of critically endangered whales.
Will the province stand by as the federal government permits the destruction of vital salmon habitat in BC?
Our petition reached 4,239 signatures.
Though the conclusions of the International Panel on Climate Change report are grim, protecting and restoring natural ecosystems is an effective step.
Fisheries and Oceans Canada has proposed opening five new Chinook fisheries in April 2023.
The clock is ticking for the federal Minister of Environment and Climate Change to decide whether to approve or reject Roberts Bank Terminal 2.
Our work will inform ecosystem requirements for a sustainable, terminal salmon fishery that is Indigenous-led and ecosystem-based.
Our findings painted a bleak picture of the health of the waterways meandering through the remnants of Sumas Lake, drained nearly 100 years ago by the Barrowtown Pump Station.
We call on all governments to pause and reflect on an alternative path for the Sumas region – one that acknowledges the ongoing threat posed by climate-change-induced flooding, the cost and risk of “business as usual” and the need for innovative, informed and inspired regional planning to support climate adaptation and reconciliation.
Globally, only 15.5% of the world’s coastal regions remain ecologically intact. In British Columbia, the Fraser River Estuary has already lost 85% of its floodplain habitat and over 100 species that live there are at risk of extinction. Now, they face another threat.