Tag: British Columbia

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Will 2019 bring the lifeline that Canada’s Endangered killer whales need?

  This past year brought extreme lows for southern resident killer whales. A mere 74 southern residents are left in the Salish Sea where they are fighting for their lives, but we’re optimistic 2019 can be a turning point... Read More
  This past year brought extreme lows for southern resident killer whales. A mere 74 southern residents are left in the Salish Sea...
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For the love of salmon

Using sweat and muscle to rebuild salmon spawning grounds on Canada's west coast, supported by WWF's Restoration Fund Read More
Using sweat and muscle to rebuild salmon spawning grounds on Canada's west coast, supported by WWF's Restoration Fund
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MaPP: A foundation for future marine protected areas

Tthe recently completed Marine Planning Partnership (MaPP) plan for BC’s coast sets out recommendations to sustainably manage 102,000 km2 of Canada’s Pacific Coast, stretching from Northern Vancouver Island to the Alaska border. Read More
Tthe recently completed Marine Planning Partnership (MaPP) plan for BC’s coast sets out recommendations to sustainably manage 102,000 km2...
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MaPP: The long view across a great big sea

The Marine Planning Partnership (MaPP) recognizes first and foremost that the health of the marine environment is the foundation for healthy communities and economies. Read More
The Marine Planning Partnership (MaPP) recognizes first and foremost that the health of the marine environment is the foundation...
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Finding the spirit of the Great Bear

Filmmakers Jeff and Sue Turner, along with daughter Chelsea and their son Logan, follow the trials and tribulations of a spirit bear mom and two cubs in the Great Bear Rainforest as she tries... Read More
Filmmakers Jeff and Sue Turner, along with daughter Chelsea and their son Logan, follow the trials and tribulations of...
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Canada Water Week: Searching for the Elusive Caddisfly

Heather Leschied spends her days in hip waders, wandering through the Flathead River, studying aquatic insects, worms and snails. The bejeweled caddisfly, well-known among fly fishers, is one of the animals that helps her... Read More
Heather Leschied spends her days in hip waders, wandering through the Flathead River, studying aquatic insects, worms and snails....
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Good water stewardship is good business

As a growing demand for water faces both citizens and companies in the coming years, WWF’s Alexis Morgan explains why good water stewardship is a must for business. Read More
As a growing demand for water faces both citizens and companies in the coming years, WWF’s Alexis Morgan explains...
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Looking for fair development in the Skeena Estuary

Fairness is central to managing what our rivers and people need, especially when they’re affected by what’s happening elsewhere Read More
Fairness is central to managing what our rivers and people need, especially when they’re affected by what’s happening elsewhere...
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Protecting the Great Bear Sea for Generations to Come

British Columbia's provincial government and First Nations recognize the ecological, cultural and economic value of the Great Bear Sea and B.C.’s north coast region. They’re working on an ambitious marine plan that will provide... Read More
British Columbia's provincial government and First Nations recognize the ecological, cultural and economic value of the Great Bear Sea...
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Modern Laws for Modern Times

Modern laws for water and beer! BC’s Throne Speech promises to update antiquated rules, as WWF’s new transit ads in Victoria highlight the overwhelming support across the province for stronger protection for water for... Read More
Modern laws for water and beer! BC’s Throne Speech promises to update antiquated rules, as WWF’s new transit ads...
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