Comox Valley Nature Holds 1 Day Island Conference on Courtenay’s Urban Forest Plan and Its Implications for Climate Change and Biodiversity
Comox Valley Nature is opening its annual Fall Vancouver Island Regional BC Nature conference to the public to initiate a public conversation on the implementation of Courtenay’s Urban Forest Plan within upcoming the Official Community Plan Review.
Comox Valley Nature is pleased to host a public lecture. Join David Fraser for a talk entitled: “Things I Learned Birding for 31 Years with Tom Briggs: – a man I never met.” The lecture is on Sunday Oct. 20, 2019 and will start after introductions at 7pm in the Rotary Room of the Filberg Seniors Centre 411 Anderton Ave, Courtenay.
The next event in the Cumberland Forest’s Science Pub Series, “Nature’s Phoenix: Forest Fire Ecology and the Poetics of the Climate Crisis”, is coming up on Friday October 4th at the Cumberland Masonic Hall. This special Science Pub event is being presented in partnership with Cascadia Poetics Lab Society as part of the Cascadia Poetry Festival 2019 – Poetry in a Time of Climate Crises. Nature’s Phoenix features Climate Scientist Dominick DellaSala and Poet Sonnet L’Abbe.
World Community for its final night of public events in the series “The Climate Crisis: Adaptation, Activism and Resilience”
What if the lifestyle changes needed to reduce our environmental impacts actually made our lives more meaningful, rewarding and fun? On Tuesday, October 1st at 7pm, join World Community for its final night of public events in the series “The Climate Crisis: Adaptation, Activism and Resilience” at the Upper Native Sons Hall.
We recognize that the climate strike is a
way in which students are able to demonstrate their concern and commitment to matters that
are important to them and their community.
The Strathcona Wilderness Institute (SWI) is pleased to announce that it will be releasing the first issues
of a new illustrated guidebook to the mosses and liverworts of Strathcona Park at its first Bryology
Workshop, Saturday September 28.
The Millard-Piercy Watershed Stewards will be hosting a guided public walk led by biologist, Caitlin O’Neill. You will learn about salmon life histories, their habitat requirements, challenges affecting salmon productivity and ways you can help to maintain a healthy environment.
Because of challenges brought by the Squamish Nation and the City of Vancouver, the B.C. Court of Appeal has unanimously ruled that the Province has to re-examine the environmental conditions for the Trans Mountain tanker and pipeline project.
The Climate Crisis – Part 3 – Tues, Sept. 24 – 7pm – Upper Native Sons’ Hall, Courtenay.
World Community’s four-part series ‘Addressing the Climate Crisis: Activism, Adaptation, and Resilience’ continues with a Comox Valley focus on “Stitching Together Altered Landscapes – Place-Based Adaptation and Resilience”