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WWF-Canada applauds federal government as it joins more than 30 countries in the world’s largest freshwater restoration and protection initiative at COP28

The Freshwater Challenge aims to protect freshwater ecosystems and ensure 300,000 km of degraded rivers and 350 million hectares of degraded wetlands are committed to restoration by 2030 Dubai, United Arab Emirates (10 December)... Read More
The Freshwater Challenge aims to protect freshwater ecosystems and ensure 300,000 km of degraded rivers and 350 million hectares...
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Forest for the trees: WWF-Canada’s year in conservation

Year in Review 2023 began with the promise of progress. The Global Biodiversity Framework had just been signed at COP15 in Montreal, setting humanity on a mission to protect and restore a third of planet before... Read More
Year in Review 2023 began with the promise of progress. The Global Biodiversity Framework had just been signed at...
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Canadians overwhelmingly want urgent action to reverse biodiversity loss

New WWF-Canada survey finds that support for urgent action for nature grows 10 percentage points year-over-year, with more than three quarters of Canadians saying biodiversity loss is a crisis that must be addressed this... Read More
New WWF-Canada survey finds that support for urgent action for nature grows 10 percentage points year-over-year, with more than...
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