“The joint review panel's recommendations were written to prevent another environmental disaster in Canada. If Imperial Oil is unable to abide by those recommendations then perhaps the pipeline should not be built," said Lindsay Telfer, Director of the Sierra Club Prairie Chapter.... Read more »
Action Grizzly Bear is looking for folks all across Alberta to be part of keeping grizzly bear issues in the media and keeping the grassroots pressure on our leaders by writting letters to the editor to local papers, as well as calling into radio shows, writing articles, etc. It takes 10 minutes to write a letter to the editor – you will receive AGB Media Action Team alerts from Sierra Club staff with instructions, as well as talking points and more information to aid in your response
Humans account for over 90% of known grizzly bear mortality in Alberta. Although this is a discouraging figure, it speaks volumes of our direct ability and responsibility to reduce our impact on bears. Action Grizzly Bear continues to advocate for increased government funding and staffing for public education and conflict prevention programs such as Alberta’s BearSmart program.... Read more »
Action Grizzly Bear has teamed up with several other conservation organizations to develop a postcard that allows the sender to indicate their support for government action on the B.E.A.R.S. Essentials for Recovery. The card can then be mailed to Alberta Premier, Ed Stelmach.Action Grizzly Bear is looking for volunteers to help distribute the cards to friends, family, neighbours or anyone else who would like to register their support for recovery. This is a great and easy way to help speak up for the B.E.A.R.S. in Alberta!
If you would like to help, please email your mailing address and how many cards you would like to firstname.lastname@example.org . Thanks!
The United Nations has declared 2010 as the International Year of Biodiversity. According to the U.N. the year provides an opportunity to raise awareness about the importance of biodiversity for life on Earth, reflect on what has been done to safeguard it, and focus on the urgency of action. Both Canada and Alberta are in a great position to use this opportunity to demonstrate to the world its leadership potential in preserving species at risk, including the grizzly bear.This means in the coming months it will be more important than ever that we continue to speak up for B.E.A.R.S. in Alberta! All the great effort of Action Grizzly Bear members over the last year has set the stage to generate meaningful government action on grizzly bear recovery in 2010. Let’s make it happen! Thanks you so much for your involvement during 2009 and your continued support into the New Year!