British Columbians love the natural beauty, rich ecology and clean air and water that underpin their quality of life. Most also support strong environmental protection and expect their governments to do the same — with policies that both protect BC’s natural heritage and sustain jobs and prosperity over the long-term.
A strategic initiative of environmental groups representing hundreds of thousands of British Columbians, OFC works at the local and provincial levels to advance these win-win policies.
At the local level, we empower individuals and groups to advocate effectively with decision-makers on issues of local concern—and ensure they are accountable for their decisions.
At the provincial level, we highlight opportunities for the government and opposition to show leadership and build track records of environmental achievement that they will be proud to stand on, and secure a better future for all.
The following organizations are involved in Organizing for Change:
- Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society – BC Chapter
- Conservation Northwest
- Georgia Strait Alliance
- Pembina Institute
- Salmon Beyond Borders
- Sierra Club BC
- Watershed Watch Salmon Society
- West Coast Environmental Law
Organizing for Change is a project on Tides Canada’s shared platform, which supports on-the-ground efforts to create uncommon solutions for the common good. Tides Canada is a national Canadian charity dedicated to a healthy environment, social equity, and economic prosperity.
Tides Canada’s shared platform provides governance, human resources, financial, and grant management for leading environmental and social projects across Canada, allowing projects to more effectively achieve their missions. Tides Canada has full fiduciary and governance responsibility for Organizing for Change.
Organizing for Change is committed to principles of dignity, independence, integration, and equal opportunity. For more information please see Tides Canada’s Accessibility Policy and Plan.