We are the North Shore group working to address climate change in our community, and we invite you to join us!
We're an active group, meeting regularly, and always looking for more parents (and grandparents) to get involved.
Please get in touch if you would like to learn more:
Or sign up here. We will keep you up to date with all our meetings and campaigns we are working on.
What would you like to know about climate change?
Call for a halt to logging of old growth forests
FOK North Shore is part of a province-wide collaboration to make sure the Premier is held to account for his promise to protect the forest.
You can learn more from this background document, including how to share your concerns with your MLA and anyone interested in joining this action.
Listen to Torrance Coste of the Wilderness Committee explain the significance of old growth forest and how we should be moving forward to protect it.
Goodbye Plastics, Hello Ocean Ambassadors
Three ways to be part of this campaign:
- Sign Campaign for Nature's online petition for World Ocean Day, calling on world leaders to protect at least 30% of the planet's land and ocean by 2030.
- Join Ocean Ambassadors' letter-writing campaign pressing Environment Minister Jonathan Wilkinson to present a proactive and progressive position for Canada at the UN's Climate Summit (COP 26) in November.
- And you can keep up with our latest Instagram posts on plastic solutions throughout the month!
Letting MP Jonathan Wilkinson know our hopes and fears for COP26; read about it here in the North Shore News and in our blog post here.
Read about our Provincial Election Action from Oct. 2020
Watch the Virtual Town Hall on a Green & Just Recovery we hosted, including Hon. Jonathan Wilkinson, Minister of Environment and MP for North Vancouver
Find us in the news - our stories and our voices are being heard in the media, and they are making a difference.
Read Marian's story about how she became involved in climate action in this great article recently published on the British Columbia Council for International Cooperation (BCCIC) website: Climate Action, a 21st Century Parenting Skill, and in this Opinion piece for The Province.
In response, Jonathan Wilkinson (federal Minister of Environment and Climate Change and MP for Vancouver North) penned this blog about the need for more parents - including dads! - to be involved in climate action.
And check out this letter to the editor urging adults to support youth who are striking for climate action, published in the North Shore News by team member Lorna Pelly.