David Miller

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Canada’s wildlife are in trouble, WWF-Canada’s new study finds

Canada’s wildlife are in trouble, and those that are declining are suffering deep losses, our new Living Planet Report Canada shows. Half of monitored vertebrate wildlife species in the study suffered population declines on... Read More
Canada’s wildlife are in trouble, and those that are declining are suffering deep losses, our new Living Planet Report...
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Wildlife milestone achieved after 30-year effort

It’s a place of indescribable natural beauty. It’s the Arctic home of three-quarters of the planet’s narwhal and a place where millions of seabirds arrive in summer to raise their young. It is part of the... Read More
It’s a place of indescribable natural beauty. It’s the Arctic home of three-quarters of the planet’s narwhal and a...
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Freshwater at risk, new WWF-Canada study finds. Here's why

Canadians believe ours is a nation of pristine and abundant freshwater. But years of research published today shows a different reality: Our freshwater ecosystems are at risk, jeopardizing the future of fish, turtles, waterfowl,... Read More
Canadians believe ours is a nation of pristine and abundant freshwater. But years of research published today shows a...
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Making a difference in a warming Arctic

This week’s United States-Canada Joint Arctic Leaders’ Statement was big news for Arctic conservation. We’re just getting started Read More
This week’s United States-Canada Joint Arctic Leaders’ Statement was big news for Arctic conservation. We’re just getting started
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‘Historic moment for Nunavut’ at renewable energy summit

Multiple announcements at summit that documented the reliability and financial feasibility of habitat-friendly clean energy in the harsh Arctic environment Read More
Multiple announcements at summit that documented the reliability and financial feasibility of habitat-friendly clean energy in the harsh Arctic...
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How do you #CountForNature?

Make your love of nature count by joining a growing movement of Canadians taking action to safeguard nature. Read More
Make your love of nature count by joining a growing movement of Canadians taking action to safeguard nature.
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