• Climate Finance at COP24: Reviewing Progress & Goals

    Climate Finance at COP24: Reviewing Progress & Goals Written by Colton Kasteel – Delegation Lead, BCCIC Youth Delegation to COP 24 The 24th Conference of the Parties (COP24) has concluded, producing an initial rulebook that will guide how countries report, track and ultimately reduce their emissions. Despite resulting in an agreement, the talks in Katowice […]


  • Biodiversity Matters in the Fight Against Climate Change

    Written by Marina Melanidis, BCCIC Youth Delegate to COP 24 We are in the midst of a biodiversity crisis. Many scientists have warned that our impact on the world around us is on the verge of triggering a mass extinction event, the sixth in the Earth’s history, and the first to occur while humans roam […]

  • Gender and Climate Change at COP 24

    By Kiera Schuller – BCCIC Youth Delegate to COP 24 Gender has been a big topic at this year’s COP24 – and for good reason! Recent years have seen increasingly vocal demands and urges from activists, civil society organizations, and various other groups to have gender equality and female empowerment mainstreamed within all UNFCCC procedures […]

BCCIC’s Movement Map is a home-grown project that maps organizations whose work is connected to the Sustainable Development Goals. Use the map to search for Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) that are doing work Internationally, or who are addressing sustainable development in British Columbia and Canada’s North. Look for organizations to volunteer or work with, or just learn more about all the great work  happening in your community!


Upcoming Events

Wed 19

BCCIC Webinar – Developing a GAC Theory of Change

December 19 @ 11:00 am - 11:45 am
Feb 01

World Community Film Festival

February 1, 2019 - February 2, 2019





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