It’s the strength and the challenge of opening up a new, non-partisan approach to environmental leadership in federal and provincial elections.
You can introduce a Candidate Matching Tool (CMT) to deliver campaign support to environmental champions across the political spectrum.
You can assemble an Expert Panel to identify the candidates from all the major parties who are most qualified to receive that support.
But in the end, the success of the matching tool depends on the voters who fill it out, then donate dollars and time to help get their candidates elected. And with British Columbians going to the polls May 9, now is the time for our front-line supporters across the province to get rolling.
Which is why we were thrilled when GreenPAC supporters Andrea Hoegler and Diana Borges and Expert Panel member Joseph Pallant told us why they had taken the trouble to fill out the CMT.