News & Updates

Alex Robertson, An Account of Our Beloved Friend's Passing: An Unthinkable Threat to Planter Well-being

Mar
3
Mar
3

By Erik Brinkman

By now many of you know that our good friend and sage colleague Alex Robertson has recently passed away. As a community we are here supporting each other through the immense grief and shock ­­-- shock that BC’s opioid crisis could take someone from our midst who we never would have thought was vulnerable. I am writing this account to honour his memory by shedding some light on the details of the week surrounding his passing as best I can and perhaps his passing can be a learning event for us to help mitigate this tragedy from repeating itself.

How Two First Nations And A Small Canadian Town Tapped Carbon Finance To Sustainably Manage Their Shared Forest

Feb
16
Feb
16

Ecosystem Marketplace came out to visit one of our field projects last year, and has published an article about the Cheakamus Community Forest Offset Project, developed by Brinkman Climate and Ecotrust Canada.

 

The Pan-Canadian Framework on Clean Growth and Climate Change

Jan
27
Jan
27

Brinkman Climate honoured to have the Cheakamus Community Forest Offset Project be included in the Pan-Canadian Framework.

Life First: Thank You for Looking After One Another in 2016

Dec
31
Dec
31

Thank you for being with us in 2016. Thank you for taking care of each other. Thank you for being responsible for those who work with us and being responsible for our common environment, the living biosphere.

IETA publishes 2016/17 GHG Market Report. Brinkman Climate on Editorial Committee.

Nov
21
Nov
21

As a member of the Editorial Committee, Joseph Pallant & Brinkman Climate are proud to announce the publication of International Emissions Trading Association's (IETA) 2016/17 Greenhouse Gas Market Report.

Remembering Richard Whittall: A Real Wilderness Forester

Oct
5
Oct
5

Richard Whittall, who worked for Brinkman in the 1990’s and 2000’s, passed away at his home in Port Alberni on Sept 27 2016.  Although Richard had a forestry degree from Lakehead University, and could have been a “desk forester”, all he wanted to do was work in the bush with his succession of extremely bush wise dogs. 

A Greener's Guide to Planting

May
18
May
18

Crying, Cursing, Singing, Laughing: A Greener’s Guide to Planting

 

By Freya Wasteneys

“Tree planting is super hard!”

“You know tree planting is a lot of work, right?”

From Paris to Earth Day

Apr
24
Apr
24

Earth Day 2016 - Baba Brinkman

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