By: Thaia Jones, Sierra Peel Photo: Thaia with her brainstorming group, HOMES (acronym for the Great Lakes names), at the October GL Forum The Great Lakes Forum was a hugely informative and intensive event, with two days of science and progress reports an ...
As part of the Great Lakes Protection Act Alliance, Sierra Club submitted comments on A Wetland Conservation Strategy for Ontario 2016-2030 (EBR Registry Number: 012-7675). Among the recommendations, the GLPA Alliance asserts this draft strategy is not ut ...
The Great Lakes hold 1/5th of the world’s fresh surface water and currently provide drinking water to over 42 million people. The Great Lakes Campaign works to address concerns related to the Great Lakes Basin, water conservation, and pollution prevent ...
Government of Ontario's "Long-Term Energy Plan" fails to uphold Ontarians' environmental and energy future
Yvonne Ho's blog The following article was written by Becky Bassick, Sierra Club Ontario's Green Energy & Great Lakes Campaign Volunteer. “By wasting billions on nuclear rebuilds rather than investing in far more cost-effective energy effici ...
Sierra Club Canada's Ontario Chapter was instrumental in the decision by our provincial government to shut down all coal plants. The day has come! Toronto environmental lawyer Dianne Saxe has a nice piece on her website about it: Goodbye to Nanticok ...
Provided is some general information on International Car Free Day and tips on going car free: 0KB Ontario Chapter ...
October 18, 2011 0KB Ontario Chapter ...
Come join us on Tuesday, August 26, 2014 from 7:00 p.m.- 8:30 p.m. Learn about the history around the Riverwood property, and walk through the scenic Gardens and River. See you there! Ontario Chapter ...
Canada's most important natural resource is its forests which provide timber, pulpwood, wildlife habitat and a wealth of recreational opportunities. But the forests are not limitless and all Canadians must share a renewed commitment to their wise use ...
October 11, 2011 0KB Ontario Chapter ...