You grab a clipboard and get to work.
When faced with a totally wacky coal proposal, the only solution is to use common sense coupled with a strong organizing ground game and a bit of humour to make it go away.
One year after a pivotal vote in Kitimat, Enbridge Northern Gateway is inches from defeat.
The outspoken town gives the pipeline company's representative a run for his money - and run he did.
Carrie Saxifrage's new book The Big Swim puts forward the idea that personal growth arises from facing both inner tensions and threats to the biosphere. While scientific evidence is important, it isn’t what inspires people to act on climate change.
It's time to stop demonizing “the other side”.
Check out a collection of Facebook posts and Tweets from people who took part in the Bill C-51 day of action.
Collaborating with other organizations.
The Let BC Vote campaign approaches its first anniversary. Reflections on where we’ve been and where we’re going.
Jordan Soet spoke during the Enbridge review hearings, but walked away feeling hopeless... until he connected with a friend organizing to Let BC Vote.
Esquimalt organizers have a lot to celebrate this week – and it all started with our focused organizing efforts in last November’s municipal election.
Executive Director Will Horter sets his eyes to the horizon and makes some lofty forecasts about the year ahead.
Our campaign staff take a moment to reflect on 2014.
Ottawa’s approach to project approvals isn’t working - for anyone.
In a huge team of dedicated Dogwood organizers, Alan Churchill stands out. Here's why...
Dogwood spoofs Energy and Mines release "Stuff your stockings with B.C. coal" with an industry letter to Minister Bennett.
Just when you thought public input into major resource export proposals couldn’t be undermined any more than it already has, you get something like Bill C-43.
BC Liberal's email to constituent suggests pipeline has already passed review.
I felt isolated. I was slowly travelling through the desert more than 35 hours away from home, forced to sit and hope my text messages went through. A stream of questions ran through my mind: What can I do as a community organizer when I’m 2,000 kilometres away? Who can I call to face this head-on while I’m in California? Do I need to book a flight back to Canada as soon as I get off the train?