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The Directors of the West Coast Climate Action Network
An Open Appeal to Premier Eby and B.C. MLAs

Fall, 2023

The Climate Crisis: We Implore You to Act with More Urgency

An Open Appeal to Premier Eby and B.C. MLAs



Appeal to Premier Eby 

Dear Premier Eby, and every British Columbia MLA,

Greetings! We are the West Coast Climate Action Network. We have 236  member groups across B.C., representing hundreds of thousands of voters. Our member organizations have authorized us to speak out. 

Barry Saxifrage
Methane map

Oct. 18, 2023

Methane is becoming a serious threat to humanity, and Canada’s oil and gas industry is emitting a huge amount of it.

Mitchell Beer
Stock photo by August de Richelieu/Pexels

Oct. 8, 2023

Now that science is naming names and calling polluters to account, how much longer can banks and pension funds hold fossil companies close?

A news story earlier this year assigning responsibility for Western Canadian and U.S. wildfires may not have looked like a real and present threat to the investments and social licence that keep the oil and gas industry operating, extracting, and polluting.

Kelly Trout Research Co-Director Oil Change International
Global energy investment in clean energy and in fossil fuels, 2015-2023

Clean energy    Fossil fuels  Appears in World Energy Investment 2023 Notes - 2023 values are estimated.

Sept. 26, 2023

Bill McKibben
Greenpeace activists protest in the LNG gas terminal of Fluxys in Zeebrugge, Belgium. (Photo: © Eric De Mildt / Greenpeace)

Sept. 25, 2023

It reminds me a lot of Keystone XL saga, but with perhaps even more at stake.

The great privilege of being a journalist is that you get to ask questions, and people generally answer them, so you find stuff out. And sometimes that stuff is shocking.

Marc Fawcett-Atkinson
For months, Vancouver's road signs have been defaced by conspiracy theorists plastering them with references to conspiracies about 15-minute cities and the World Economic Forum. Photo by Marc Fawcett-Atkinson/National Observer

Sept. 19, 2023

An inside look at the plot to make climate denial mainstream

Efforts by libertarian conspiracy theorists and climate change deniers to block climate initiatives in the Kootenay region of B.C. are threatening to engulf the province as the loose coalition plots ways to expand its ideology.


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