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For The Wild Mar 21
Replying to @ForTheWild_
When we reflect on the devastating destruction of our , we are forced to look at devastation that encompasses so much more than cutting down.
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Lisa Penney Mar 21
Replying to @theJagmeetSingh
We need to talk about and all the other companies that are destroying the planet and our future. Why are we still rewarding oil and gas companies lavishly with subsidies, ignoring the sins of Canadian mining companies and still logging ?
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Adam Olsen Mar 6
We need to protect our forests.
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Lisa 24h
So important to remember the vital role play in some of the greatest challenges faced today - , ensuring rural & urban development, providing livelihoods and conserving . 🌿🌳🍃☀️
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Julia K. Baum Mar 5
My ❤️ aches thinking about all that’s been lost on this precious island I call home. Imagine if we hadn’t clearcut . The last great tree: a majestic relic of Canada's vanishing rainforest
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Victoria News Oct 25
A petition with 185,000 signatures is delivered to B.C. Legislature today by Sierra Club BC and Rainforest Rescue calling for the B.C. government to save B.C.’s last endangered ancient coastal temperate rainforest from clearcutting.
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Rab Newol Mar 21
In they clearcut forests and trees in critical habitat. . And spray to stop shrubery from growing. It gets into water sheds.
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GECO 30 Jan 18
Police are closing in on our brave 'possum' who has occupied a position on a tripod structure preventing logging of old growth forest at Granite Mountain East Gippsland. Love your work possum. RT to support them.
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Dawn Rose Turner Feb 12
MLAs hiding behind locked doors are not of, or for, the people: just blind in both eyes. Valley residents take a stand on logging
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Torrance Coste Mar 8
Looking forward to tuning in to this series next week. Props to and the team for putting this together.
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Great Forest NP 30 Oct 17
Australia’s second-largest mainland tree
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Dario Martin-Benito Dec 1
Sad to see forests still being logged.
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IntegrityBC Jun 17
B.C. government investigating felling of centuries-old trees on Haida Gwaii via
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AncientForestAllianc Nov 7
Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council is calling on to slow down or end old-growth ; recognize their land & plans; uphold the gov't's commitment to implementing ; & devise "major new polices" to protect .
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Rab Newol Mar 13
Replying to @WoodfordCHNL @jjhorgan
Meanwhile allows to mow down forests and trees in sensitive ecosystems.
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Wilderness Committee Nov 15
The BC gov. is logging away old-growth rainforest in Schmidt Creek. The promised to manage better but so far they haven't made any progress. They're putting water quality, orcas and sensitive ecosystems at risk.
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Torrance Coste Mar 11
Fighting the means we need to keep fossil fuels in the ground. But it also means leaving ancient intact. Join the movement for to second-growth here:
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Sonia Furstenau Oct 31
This week in Question Period I asked the Premier about forests and BC's iconic forestry industry.
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BC Green Party May 29
There’s growing outrage after one of Canada’s biggest old growth trees was cut down near Port Alberni.
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Adam Olsen Aug 1
Time to change our perspective, our policy and find the political will to protect via
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