Our Current Campaigns
Deny the Grassy Mountain Coal Exploration Permit
Reclaim the Coal Exploration Footprint
When the Government of Alberta rescinded the 1976 Coal Policy in 2020, multiple coal companies were approved to construct over 700 drill-sites and more than 250 kilometers of new roads in the Rocky Mountains.
While the government has paused coal development, these exploration scars remain on our landscape — a giant industrial footprint that continues to damage lands and waters in Alberta.
Reclamation is critical. The longer these features remain, the more damage they will do.
Defend Alberta Parks
Parks and protected areas make Alberta resilient. They provide us with places to escape the everyday, connect with nature, and feel refreshed and peaceful. On top of the individual mental and physical health benefits of parks, they also provide us with clean drinking water, store carbon in their trees, soils and grasses, and provide homes for the wildlife that many of us admire and depend on for food.
Our laws should make sure that these important values are enshrined and protected – for us, and for all future generations.
At first glance, you may look at the forests in Alberta’s foothills and see an endless expanse of trees. But behind the scenes, a complicated harmony of ecological processes are taking place, connecting the diversity of life found within.
These processes are key for maintaining healthy forests. Healthy forests help connect wildlife, support healthy watersheds, fight against climate change, and provide us with recreation opportunities.
Defend The Castle
Effective Land Use Planning
Sustainable Forest Management
HOW TO BE HEARD
Toolkit for Effective Action
Not sure how to get started with a letter to your MLA? What do you say when you make a phone call to your elected officials? We've put together a toolkit to help get you started and help you feel confident while talking about environmental issues that are important to you!