Today, we’re announcing our Power to the People campaign, calling on Nova Scotians to demand energy democracy.
Lawyers from Ecojustice, representing the Sierra Club Canada Foundation, World Wildlife Fund Canada, and Ecology Action Centre, filed the appeal yesterday with the Federal Court of Appeal.
The gavel just dropped on COP26. The summit came to a disappointing end today following after-hours negotiations. It is an agreement that will make it harder to achieve the 1.5°C goal; and one on trend with the divisive summit.
Our delegates on the ground have been in conversations with environmentalists from around the world whose decisions could shape the future of Canada and the world. They believe that this final agreement is a small step but not the leap we need.
K’jiipuktuk / /Halifax - The new Environmental and Climate Reduction Act introduced in the Nova Scotia Legislature today is a good step in the right direction. Sierra Club Canada Foundation is pleased to see the inclusion of legislated target dates, including the phase-out of coal-fired electricity generation by 2030. We’re also glad to see more focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion and assurances that sustainable prosperity will be part of every government department’s mandate.
Edmonton, Alberta - The finding of no wrongdoing on the part of Sierra Club Canada Foundation and other Canadian environmental groups shows that the Anti-Alberta Inquiry was a complete waste of time and money, according to Sierra Club Canada Foundation.
Happy Valley-Goose Bay, NL - The Sierra Club Canada Foundation, Grand Riverkeeper, and North American Megadam Resistance Alliance submitted a letter today to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau as well as the premiers of the Atlantic provinces calling on them to oppose the Gull Island mega-hydro project. The Gull Island project is proposed to be built in the Grand River/Mistashipu area (colonially known as Churchill River) of Labrador.