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Comox Valley residents have just two more days to add their voice to Courtenay’s draft Urban Forest Strategy, which will guide how the city manages trees on private and public lands for the next 30 years
Photo courtesy of Ocean Wise By George Le Masurier o you want to learn about the threats facing whales in our waters and what local citizens can do to help to protect them? Comox Valley Nature has invited Sarah Patton to...
Wetlands are fast disappearing, but are crucial to biodiversity, flooding and mitigating climate change, say speakers at the Cumberland Wetlands Conference
Thinking about buying an electric car or bike? Several Comox Valley groups have organized an electric car and bike show at 10 am on Saturday, May 18, at the Comox Valley Sports Centre on Vanier Drive
A Friday night Comox Valley crowd of 100 listened intently as speakers from Sierra Club BC and the Wilderness Committee illustrated the grim reality of what remains of old growth forest on Vancouver Island
Youth Environmental Action (YEA) took to the streets of Courtenay on Friday, May 3, to highlight the desperate situation the local community, province, country, and, indeed, the globe faces as the long brewing climate catastrophic comes home to roost
A jovial yet determined crowd of student strikers and adult supporters over 250 strong marched through downtown Courtenay Friday, to demand action on climate change.
The Comox Lake Watershed Protection Plan and the Kus Kus Sumrestoration were highlighted at a recent stormwater conference, while the keynote speaker urged public pressure on local governments to adopt green infrastructure