Mother's Day, Mother Earth, and BCSEA's Twentieth Anniversary

Join us on May 12th for displays and workshops, plus a feature presentation by BCSEA founder and futurist Guy Dauncey on The Climate Crisis: Humanity’s Greatest Opportunity for Transformation.

Mayday for Mother Earth by the Greater Victoria Climate Reality HUB will take place from noon to 4:00 on Sunday, May 12th, at Royal Bay Secondary School, 3500 Ryder Hesjedal Way in Colwood.  Child care is available for ages 3 to 7.

Displays and vendors open at noon. Workshops and screenings begin at 12:30, focusing on climate action, habitat restoration and other topics.

At 1:00 a panel of Westshore municipal and youth leaders will discuss climate action in the Westshore communities.

Guy will speak at 2:45, and there will be a presentation on the Sue Big Oil campaign.

Drop by BCSEA’s table to learn more about our work and check out our prizes!

Guy Dauncey:

Guy works to develop a positive vision of a beautiful sustainable future, and to translate that vision into action. 

He is co-founder of the BC Sustainable Energy Association, the Victoria Car Share Cooperative; the charity Prevent Cancer Now, and most recently, the West Coast Climate Action Network.

Guy is the author or co-author of ten books, including The Climate Challenge: 101 Solutions to Global Warming; and Journey to the Future – A Better World is Possible, an ecotopian novel set in the year 2032. He is currently completing his next book, titled The Economic of Kindness: Moving from a Selfish Economy to a Cooperative Economy, which will be published this summer.