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Protect British Columbia's Endangered Old-Growth Forests and Forestry Jobs Petition - Recent Signatures

Total Online Signatures: 16902

50 Most Recent Signatures:

Name City, Province/State Cntry Comments
Jonas Hofer Kitchener , Ontario CAN
Barry CarvishVictoria, British ColumbiaCANStop logging old growth forest now. If forestry is to be sustainable, it can function with the farms that exist.
Naomi StevensonVictoria, BCCAN
Jouelle BrickVictoria, British ColumbiaCAN
Linda SchmidtGibsonia, PAUSAWe visited BC 12 years ago and are returning this summer. One of the reasons we come is to see the old growth forests.
joyce banzhafgrass valley, CAUSAPLEASE SAVE THESE
Constance McConnellPortland, ORUSAA habitable planet is obviously essential.
Marjorie JarrettPort Alberni, British ColumbiaCAN
Kristen MathiasWINDSOR, OntarioCAN
Kerri Robin Victoria , BC CAN
Darvel LloydPortland, ORUSATo the Premier of British Columbia: Please, for the sake of your precious ecosystems and all life on Earth, STOP ALL FURTHER LOGGING OF YOUR OLD-GROWTH FORESTS!
Kane EdwardsPort alberni , BcCAN
Roxanna LafleurVancouver, BCCAN
Lorraine WatsonVancouver, BCCAN
Talitha CumminsCoquitlam, BCCAN
Duncan HumeYoubou, BCCAN
Samantha MarshallVictoria, BCCAN
Nathaniel JewittOttawa, OntarioCAN
Kathleen BurrVictoria, BCCAN
Anita MooreEdmonton, AlbertaCANOld growth forests are on the verge of extinction given the total lack of protection by governments. They are of great environmental importance for both animals and humans -- they sequester carbon and attract tourists.
Gail SlaterLangley, BCCAN
Karen GardenerCoquitlam, BCCAN
Kris JosephVictoria, BCCAN
Darshana Maya GreenfieldMenlo Park, CAUSAWe depend on our trees, and the old ones do the most good! Please protect them, don't log them. Only log forests grown specifically for that purpose - not our wild old growth forests!!
Ben OuryHalifax, NSCAN
Tyler InnesDuncan, BCCAN
Christian ThalackerLexington, KYUSAOld Trees ARE Important to the Well-Being of Our Forests, Our Animals and Our Souls.
Todd TurikWinlaw, BCCAN
Angela Montalvo Accord, NyUSA
Helen Kozoriz Shoemaker Oakland, California USA
Tom SteenhuysenCharleston, South CarolinaUSAThe tree protector Jack Gescheidt may be able to help you with an activist photo! Check out He's running a crowdfunding campaign now and there is a pledge to have him come to your location to do a shoot.
Ray HorsfallCampbell River, BCCAN
Joan ChadwickSalmon Arm, BCCAN
ghazala abdullahDharamsala, Himachal PradeshINDCome on Canada, unite on this issue
Thomas RossnerVictoria, BCCAN
John HofmanNanaimo, BCCANPlease save our remaining old growth forest in BC and stop the clear cutting or indiscriminate destruction of our natural environment.
Harjit JutlaDelta, BcCANWe should cultivate and harvest hemp for our pulp and paper industries
Rayne TarasiukCastlegar, BCCAN
Jennifer DawesDuncan, BCCAN
Fred OgdenDelta, B.C.CAN
Adam MorrisVictoria, BcCAN
Fallon PerreaultDenman island, BCCANIm a BC native born and bred and our old growth deserves to be protected.
Elisabeth Grimm-TibbettsDuncan, BCCAN
Kirby HammelEl Cerrito, CaliforniaUSAPlease step into the 21st century! Finite resources cannot be depleted with no consequences! PS....HEMP
Jessica ChomynDuncan, BCCAN
Ashliegh Evelynnewtonville, ontarioCAN
Murray PhillipsQualicum Beach, BCCANIt takes seven generations to grow a forest. Tree farms are not forests. New research tells us healthy oceans depend on old-growth ecosystems - logging of old-growth stands should not occur.
Leslie EvesDuncan, BCCAN
Janice NelsonSurrey, BCCANBC Residents do NOT want old growth forests logged. Stop.
marie-josee labrecqueparson, british-columbiaCAN

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