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Learn what WWF is doing to secure our planet’s future.

Our Planet is a Netflix original documentary series and a groundbreaking four-year collaboration between Netflix, Silverback Films and WWF. It explores the rich natural wonders, iconic species and wildlife spectacles that still remain, and reveals the key issues that urgently threaten their existence.

Today, we have become the greatest threat to the health of our planet. Our collaborative mission is to inspire people over the world to understand our planet – and the challenges it faces. If we can truly understand why nature matters to us all, and what we can do to save it, then we can create a future where nature and people thrive.

WWF has ensured the Our Planet series and all supporting content is supported by the latest science.

Latest from Our Planet

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You Can Now Watch The Series on YouTube!

As part of their response to COVID-19, Netflix have released a selection of educational content for teachers, parents and students on their YouTube channel, including all 8 episodes of the Our Planet series!

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Wildlife Loss in Canada

Unsustainable human activities have caused a 60 per cent average decline in global wildlife populations in less than a generation. As seen in Our Planet, Canadian wildlife are not immune to these losses.
WWF-Canada is working to reverse the decline of wildlife.

What WWF is Doing

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Living Planet Report Canada

The fate of wildlife in Canada is in our hands. WWF-Canada’s Living Planet Report Canada shows that wildlife is on a troubling decline. It’s time to #StopWildlifeLoss.

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Polar bear

Learn about the Polar Bear, as seen on Our Planet.

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Learn about the Atlantic Walrus, as seen on Our Planet.

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Learn about the Narwhal, as seen on Our Planet.

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Watch the WWF-Canada Documentary: Caribou of the North

What WWF is Doing to Secure Our Planet's Future

WWF’s Living Planet Report Canada found that half of the monitored vertebrate species in Canada are declining, and of those, the decline is 83 per cent.

WWF-Canada is asking governments and industry to show leadership in creating the conditions required for people and wildlife to thrive. This includes:

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Getting on track with actions to stop climate change, including nature-based solutions.

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Swift Foxes on the wild grasslands southern Saskatchewan

Creating new protected areas that prioritize the needs of wildlife.

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Using legal tools to protect our most vulnerable species, like the southern resident killer whale.

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What You Can Do

Stopping climate change and reversing the decline of wildlife requires immediate action from governments, businesses and individuals.

Make reversing wildlife loss a part of your day, every day. Here’s what you can do to help:

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