The Great Bear Rainforest Agreements of 2006 and 2009 protect the forest's many ecologically intact valleys. They are the result of a decade of negotiations between Greenpeace, ForestEthics and Sierra Club BC, and the government of British...
A New Economic Vision for the North and Central Coast and Haida Gwaii
The countdown is on for British Columbia's provincial government to implement the promises they made to protect the Great Bear Rainforest, and Greenpeace needs your help to ensure that Premier Gordon Campbell and his government "Keep the Promise."
(New Orleans) — A Greenpeace Canada team is bearing witness to the environmental and social devastation caused by the BP Deepwater oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. The team plans to bring its experience, images and video back to Canada to...
Greenpeace fought for a decade to ensure greater protection for the magnificent Great Bear Rainforest, and continues to work with the B.C. government and other partners to ensure the forest’s long-term sustainability.
The marbled murrelet is a small sea bird whose very characteristics make it both a unique species and also a threatened one. While it spends most of its time foraging at sea, it depends on old growth forests for nesting. The body shape that makes...
The fierce, raven-sized northern goshawk, coastal subspecies laingi, is a bird of prey that relies on mature and old growth coastal temperate rainforests for foraging and breeding. The northern goshawk forages for forest birds and small mammals...
The mountain goat is a large hoofed mammal that is widespread throughout North America and found in the mountainous terrain of the Great Bear Rainforest. It is probably best known for its quick and nimble climbing through steep and rocky terrain.
Great Bear Rainforest gets Forest Stewardship Council certification
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