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

Total Online Signatures: 17921

50 Most Recent Signatures:

Name City, Province/State Cntry Comments
julia longoriaSAN MARCOS, TexasUSA
Jenny MackieNorth Bay, ONCAN
Joe KartheinNelson, BCCAN
Nicole LamarcheLangley, BCCAN
Matthew McInerney-LacombeLos Angeles, CaliforniaUSA
Garrett ReidEdmonton, AlbertaCANMy Heart breaks!
Deborah YoungVancouver, BCCAN
Joanne BowerNorth vancouver, BCCAN7D6Yc-6
Kelsey ScottVancouver , BCCAN
Derek MorrellCalgary, ABCANGiven the benefits and beauty of Old Growth forests, please save our remaining trees from short term profiteering!
Lynn QuesnelCollingwood, ONCANBC's ancient trees are one of our most precious things. Every time I've taken friends to see BC's forests, they are totally awed and changed forever. Please save the old growth trees for my grandchildren to appreciate and enjoy.
Lisa VanderVlietMilton, OntarioCANWe should not take what is not in our power to give back to the earth. Old growth does more for the entire world as they are vs. when they are lumber.
David DwyerSherwood Park, AlbertaCAN
Carmen Cookson-HillsLacombe, ABCAN
Ingrid PriceRichmond, BCCAN
Ren VokesPowell River, B.C.CANSave the carbon sequesters!
kathryn grahametobicoke, OntarioCANThere are ways to enjoy nature that do not involve consumption. These trees are beautiful and should be a natural attraction, if you must make money. These families who live by cutting forests must diversify; these trees belong to all of us!!!!
Nicole CollantesNorth Vancouver, BCCAN
Aaron QuesnelVancouver, BCCAN
Mark ScantleburyPortland, ORUSAAs president of the Lower Columbia Canoe Club based in the states of Washington and Oregon, I represent 200 households supporting this petition.
Jana Agh LabusovaPraha 6, ČRCZE
Terry MarshallMill Bay, BCCANStop logging old growth now.
Patricia MasonVictoria, BCCAN
Christine ZieglerOkanagan Falls, British ColumbiaCANThe protection of old-growth forests benefits everyone as a global citizen - due to inherent value as magnificent natural treasures, carbon storage, air & water filtration, and wildlife habitat. Further logging of such trees is unacceptable and must stop.
Shubham AgarwalBhilwara, RajasthanIND
Val KoziolToronto, ONCANThank you for protecting these ancient eco-systems. They are irreplaceable and priceless.
Richard SwindenVictoria, BCCANThe NDP party needs to take greater governmental control and supervision of BC logging practices ensuring the protection of old growth trees and ecosystems.
Mriganka BiswasNORTH GUWAHATI, AssamINDDear Authority, Day by day global warming is increasing.It's a threat to earth and mankind. I request you not cut down these ancient trees. These trees have same right on earth as much as we deserve. I hope you will understand and will stop this.
Deborah SteinbergChilliwack, BCCANEvery Voice Helps
Johan SteinbergChilliwack, BCCAN
John EdgecombeNewmarket, ON - OntarioCANThanks for providing an awareness of the importance of keeping old growth forests!
David SmithSherwood park, AlbertaCAN
Hannah HoeferYellowknife, NTCAN
Marielle ZbindenParis, Ile de FranceFRA
Paul SalehCharlottetown, Prince Edward IslandCANBeautiful old cedars. Great work guys. Lets work together to ensure old growth forests around the world are protected and the old growth forests of the future are planted and allowed to grow ancient and flourish for the benefit of all life!
William RadiaAurora, OntarioCANWe need to stop logging these endangered forests. If we don’t act now my 3 year old daughter is going to grow up in a world that talks of these forests as folklore. Do what is right for the future of all generations, yours and mine.
Martine DubucGaribaldi Highlands, BCCANA mandate that one CANNOT harvesting trees of a specific diameter or more (measured 6’ from the ground) and neither can neighbouring trees, whatever experts deem a necessary radius of trees: 100’, 300’? This will protect all old growth trees in BC.
Aryana RayneVictoria, BCCANProtect our trees now so that thousands of species of animals, plants and micro-organisms will not be extinct. Our lives depend on it. Smaller trees will not be old growth for hundreds of years. By then it will be too late. We must start now, today.
Mark LeeVictoria, British columbiaCAN
Benjamin WalkerParksville, BCCANSeeing the destruction of old-growth in the Nahmint Valley over the past year has been an eye-opener. Truly tragic.
rhonda saulsburyOdessa, onCAN
Lihan (James) JinToronto, OntarioCAN
Maxine MacgillivrayQualicum Beach, British ColumbiaCAN
Rachel ReisingerVictoria, BCCAN
Eleanore Krieger PottruffWaterloo, OntarioCAN
Kenneth BrownfieldMYRTLE CREEK, OregonUSA
Benajmin CliftLantzville , BcCAN
Philip MurrayToronto, OntarioCANHave only recently found out the BC governments policies regarding environmental protection and I must say what I've learned so far is saddening. Forests are Canada's treasure. I don't have anything against logging, as long as its done right.
leo mcknightGolden, British ColumbiaCANI think that trees are people too and they all deserve a chance at life just as much as we do.

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