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  • We acknowledge that we are living and working on the unceded traditional territories of Indigenous people who have stewarded these lands since time immemorial.

  • The Evergreen Alliance is making the case for much greater conservation of BC forests

    We know we face existential threats from global heating and biodiversity collapse. We are already experiencing catastrophic forest fires, transportation infrastructure damage, devastating flooding and species extirpation. In response, we urgently need to shift our relationship with forests from exploitation to conservation, restoration and regeneration.

    The slideshow below is a portal to aspects of the case for greater conservation of BC forests. Use the white forward button on the right side to move through the slideshow. As you proceed, you can click on a slide to learn more about that issue.  

  • We do not consent to the destruction of life on Earth

    As informed citizens of British Columbia, we do not consent to the profit-driven removal of our life-support systems. To end the suicidal war on nature, we need to understand what’s driving it, who supports it, who is benefitting from it—and why it poses an existential threat to human society. Alongside that work, we will develop a new vision for BC forests—one that doesn’t destroy them. Its an urgent matter of planetary survival.

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      Departing BC Chief Forester Diane Nicholls allowed logging companies to profit at the expense of the public interest

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      Departing BC Chief Forester Diane Nicholls allowed logging companies to profit at the expense of the public interest

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      Departing BC Chief Forester Diane Nicholls allowed logging companies to profit at the expense of the public interest

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      Departing BC Chief Forester Diane Nicholls allowed logging companies to profit at the expense of the public interest

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