Your vote is your voice

This election is critical as climate change is spiraling out of control. If we don't take immediate action to end fossil fuels scientists warn we are facing climate, ecological, and social collapse. Everything we know and love is at risk. I'm having a tough time deciding who to vote for, so I thought I'd share a few of the things that I'm thinking about as I make my decision. Continue reading

Ask your candidates to confront the climate emergency

Wildfire in Coldstream BC, 9th July 2021. Photo: Gavin Phillips @ItsGavP It's "code red for humanity." Climate change is spiraling out of control, and if we don't take immediate action to end fossil fuels scientists warn we are facing climate, ecological, and social collapse. Continue reading

Why heat pumps are cool

Baby, it's hot outside. It was 42 degrees during the heatwave in Squamish, but our heat pump kept our home lovely and cool. I've been raving about my heat pump. Not something I thought I'd ever say, but get geeky with me. Continue reading

Woodfibre LNG: adding more fuel to the fire

Wildfire at the Woodfibre LNG site. Photo: Darren McPeake More updates on Woodfibre LNG. Seriously, you can't make this stuff up. Continue reading

Help us kickstart the #ZeroCarbonChallenge

Youth demand climate action at the global climate strike in 2019. In response, we've developed a ten-year plan to catalyze climate action. Learn how you can help kickstart the #ZeroCarbonChallenge below. Continue reading

Is Woodfibre LNG on the rocks? Read this summer update

Overview of Woodfibre LNG's updated site layout. It's been a bad few months to be an oil and gas exec... LNG's public image as a "climate solution" has shifted to "climate disaster" and rightly so. Many LNG projects are pulling the plug: from Goldboro LNG in Nova Scotia, to Kitimat LNG where both Chevron and Woodside have announced a fire sale with no buyers on the horizon. Continue reading

Tell Premier Horgan to stop funding fracking

Last year the BC NDP gave $1.3 billion of taxpayer money to oil and gas companies. A new report by our friends at has revealed that subsidies to fossil fuel companies have increased to a whopping $1.3 billion a year under BC NDP leadership. That's double what we spend on Climate Action and 5x more than we earn in royalties. Continue reading

Urgent! Help us stop old-growth logging on Gambier Island

Tim Turner counts the rings of a 200-year old Douglas Fir on Gambier Island. Old growth forests right here in Howe Sound that are under threat. Recently my brother, Bob, and I explored Whispering Creek on Gambier Island. This creek and its forests are a jewel but there are imminent plans to log this old growth forest causing irreparable damage to the watershed. The logging road is already built, and logging could begin any day now. Continue reading

Celebrate Átl’ḵa7tsem / Howe Sound

There is something magical about Átl’ḵa7tsem / Howe Sound. Whether I'm exploring the shoreline or out on the water, I am always in awe of the life above and below the waves. I love spotting seals and sea lions, or the colourful sea stars that are now returning to Howe Sound's waters. Continue reading

The truth about Woodfibre LNG's advertising blitz

Woodfibre LNG has recently been splashing out on full-page ads in local newspapers, plus targeted ads on social media. Every time I see these ads there is a little cheer inside my head because it means we're winning. The Director of Communications at Woodfibre LNG actually thanked my co-founder, Eoin Finn, last year. Why? Because without us, she wouldn't have a job. In fact, Woodfibre LNG has at least four communications and community relations staff. We're making it that difficult for them. So let's have some fun and debunk these two ads. Continue reading