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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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Launch of Mapping Canada's Carbon Landscapes study at COP26

What does WWF-Canada want to see happen at the COP28 climate summit?

For three decades, world leaders have gathered annually at a “Conference of Parties” to talk global action on climate change. But COP28 in Dubai, from November 30–December 12, is particularly crucial because countries are... Read More
For three decades, world leaders have gathered annually at a “Conference of Parties” to talk global action on climate...
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Humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) feeding in the coastal waters near Prince Rupert, British Columbia, Canada. © WWF-Canada / Chad Graham

10 ways the tides are changing for ocean conservation

Happy Oceans Month! To celebrate, we’re sharing the top 10 biggest ocean conservation wins of the past year. Though the tides are changing thanks to the support of ocean advocates across the country, we’re... Read More
Happy Oceans Month! To celebrate, we’re sharing the top 10 biggest ocean conservation wins of the past year. Though...
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A woman and a man at a press conference table in front of flags from Canada, China and the United Nation

What COP15’s Global Biodiversity Framework will mean here in Canada

During a dramatic climax to December’s UN COP15 biodiversity summit, nearly 200 countries adopted the Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework (GBF). Containing four overarching goals and 23 specific targets, the new agreement aims to halt... Read More
During a dramatic climax to December’s UN COP15 biodiversity summit, nearly 200 countries adopted the Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework...
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Inuit man standing behind a podium with a WWF panda logo on it

‘We survived off our resources for millennia’: Paul Okalik, WWF-Canada’s lead Arctic specialist

During last month’s COP15 biodiversity summit, WWF-Canada’s lead Arctic specialist, Paul Okalik, moderated an Arctic marine conservation panel with guest speakers hailing from Alaska to Nunavut. Before returning home to Iqaluit, Paul spoke to... Read More
During last month’s COP15 biodiversity summit, WWF-Canada’s lead Arctic specialist, Paul Okalik, moderated an Arctic marine conservation panel with...
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For Canada, Indigenous-led conservation led COP15

During COP15’s final week, as negotiators inside the Palais des Congrès wrangled over the details of the Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework, WWF-Canada and our partners were ramping up pressure on the critical importance of... Read More
During COP15’s final week, as negotiators inside the Palais des Congrès wrangled over the details of the Kunming-Montreal Global...
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