Engaged crowds, lively discussion of the issues and stalwart work by volunteer organizing teams have marked the first three of five "Energy, Climate and Our Future" federal debates on southern Vancouver Island.
Welcome to the first edition of BCSEA’s monthly newsletter, launched to keep you up to date and informed about our work to promote sustainable energy in BC. 
BCSEA invites members in good standing to apply for a seat on our Board of Directors.
Ali Grovue, BCSEA Executive Director
The BCSEA Board is pleased to announce that we have confirmed Ali Grovue as our permanent Executive Director.
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Welcome to BCSEA. We are a non-profit organization that supports sustainable energy in B.C. and beyond. Enjoy browsing! 

Sign the 2015 Earth Flag and show the world BC cares about energy conservation and renewable energy!

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BCSEA is a non-profit organization that supports the sustainable use and production of energy in British Columbia and beyond. Thanks to the significant support and activity of our members, we are an effective and respected advocate on B.C.'s energy scene. 



Check out the Event Calendar
for upcoming All-Candidate Debates
in the CRD

What is Sustainable Energy?

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Can we power the world with 100% renewable energy, without a fossil fuel in sight? The answer is YES, but there’s a huge amount of work to be done. learn more
Is it possible to fuel the world’s cars, trucks, ships, ferries, trains and planes without oil or gas? The answer for many vehicles is ‘YES’. For others, it’s still ‘MAYBE’. learn more
Can we heat the world’s homes, offices businesses and factories without gas, oil or coal? The answer for many buildings is ‘YES’. For the rest, we still have work to do. learn more
Can we build a green, cooperative, entrepreneurial economy that operates in harmony with nature? The answer is YES. The new economy will generate growth, jobs, progress and wealth, but the meaning of ‘wealth’ and ‘progress’ includes community and ecological wealth, and genuine progress towards greater happiness, social justice, community stability and ecological integrity. learn more
The transition to 100% renewable energy is the most important solution to the climate crisis—and there are many others. learn more

Upcoming Events

October 5, 2015 - 7:00pm to 9:30pm
October 17, 2015 - 8:00am to October 18, 2015 - 5:00pm
October 18, 2015 - 10:00am to October 20, 2015 - 6:00pm
October 20, 2015 - 5:30pm to 8:30pm
October 27, 2015 - 8:00am

Climate Change Showdown

We can help teach your students about climate change and solutions that they can implement. Book this BCSEA program for your classroom!

Recycle your cell phone

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Donate your old cell phone to BCSEA, and support our Climate Change Showdown program.

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