BCHA signs on to 10 Actions of BC Climate Emergency Campaign

At its December 13, 2022 meeting, the Board of Directors of the BC Humanist Association endorsed the BC Climate Emergency Campaign's 10 Actions to Confront the Climate Emergency.

The campaign is a group of civil society organizations that are calling on the Government of BC to take greater action to confront the growing climate emergency. The open letter has been signed by over 520 organizations.

On December 15, the campaign delivered a report card to Premier David Eby stating BC will miss its legislative 2025 and 2030 climate targets.

The BCHA recognizes climate change as an existential threat and has previously responded to consultations on the province's Climate Leadership Plan.

Learn more about the BC Climate Emergency Campaign.

Photo by Tracey Saxby, provided by BC Climate Emergency Campaign.

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