Woodfibre LNG, is it right for Howe Sound? In collaboration with My Sea to Sky, Save Howe Sound and Concerned Citizens of Bowen , you are invited to join us April 1st to explore this question.

In this issue: Suzuki Foundation publishes Howe Sound report; Howe Sound Airshed; Spring Howe Sound Community Forum; The risks of no comment...

Highlights: Suzuki Foundation publishes Howe Sound report Howe Sound Airshed Spring Howe Sound Community Forum The risks of no comment… Suzuki Foundation publishes Howe Sound report For the first time it has been estimated that the Howe Sound watersheds provide an estimated annual value of $800 million to $4.7 billion in ecosystem services.  The David Suzuki Foundation’s Environmental Economist Michelle Molnar has spent the last couple of years estimating….. “the economic value of […]

David Suzuki Foundation just released a report detailing the wealth of services that Howe Sound's natural assets provide to all of us.

Howe Sound Airshed

March 10, 2015

Many people remember the bad odour in Howe Sound when the pulp mills at Port Mellon and Woodfibre were in full production back in the 70's.

If you care for Howe Sound now is the time to express your concerns, or risk silence as being consent for a project that will affect the future of Howe Sound.

2015 Press Coverage

February 26, 2015

2015 Press Coverage - Future of Howe Sound Society in the News

Mayor and Council of Bowen Island will be hosts for the Howe Sound Community Forum May 1st, 2015. Progress report on Howe Sound Region planning will again be on the agenda.

January 2015 Newsletter

January 23, 2015

In this issue: 2015 Events for the Future of Howe Sound Burnco Gravel Mine Update January 2015 Last Chance to Comment on Fortis Pipeline to Woodfibre Last Chance for Comments on Woodfibre LNG

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