Tag: climate change

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Arya, Jennifer and Xavier Fong, donors to WWF-Canada

Nature’s heroes: The Fong family versus climate change

On the surface, Xavier and Arya Fong are like any other kids. But they don’t just love animals – they’re committed to protecting them. This gives James Fong hope because he knows climate change will be... Read More
On the surface, Xavier and Arya Fong are like any other kids. But they don’t just love animals – they’re committed...
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Q&A: Nature, coronavirus and lessons learned

The coronavirus crisis has left us all with a lot of questions. Thankfully, we work with scientists. So we spoke to James Snider, WWF-Canada’s vice-president of Science, Research and Innovation, to find out some... Read More
The coronavirus crisis has left us all with a lot of questions. Thankfully, we work with scientists. So we...
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The Australian bushfire catastrophe and how to help

Canadians have been watching the bushfire tragedy unfolding in Australia with shock and sadness for months. Accelerated by climate change, the increasingly intense fires raging across the continent have so far cost at least... Read More
Canadians have been watching the bushfire tragedy unfolding in Australia with shock and sadness for months. Accelerated by climate...
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Will our marine protected areas adapt to a changing climate?

New study finds that Canada should do more to ensure MPAs are effective well into the future   By Aurelie Cosandey-Godin A few weeks ago, delegates from around the world gathered in Montreal to... Read More
New study finds that Canada should do more to ensure MPAs are effective well into the future   By...
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Fieldnotes: Nature can protect us from climate change now

How nature can help protect us from climate change right now In the last edition of Fieldnotes, we talked about using nature-based solutions to help fight future climate change by protecting, restoring and expanding... Read More
How nature can help protect us from climate change right now In the last edition of Fieldnotes, we talked...
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Fieldnotes: Protesting pandas and climate strikes!

Welcome to Fieldnotes. Our planet is facing unprecedented crises in climate change and wildlife loss, and this WWF-Canada newsletter is about our science-based work finding solutions. Protesting pandas and climate strikes On Friday, September... Read More
Welcome to Fieldnotes. Our planet is facing unprecedented crises in climate change and wildlife loss, and this WWF-Canada newsletter...
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Early Earth Overshoot Day puts us in environmental debt

On Monday, July 29th, we will have used up our entire annual natural resource budget. It’s hardly the first time we’ve run out before the end of the year, but it is the earliest... Read More
On Monday, July 29th, we will have used up our entire annual natural resource budget. It’s hardly the first...
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Climate change is driving more killer whales to the Arctic

For many, time spent in the Arctic is an invaluable lesson in embracing unpredictability. That was the case when members of our Arctic team and other conservationists spent two months in Tremblay Sound for the annual narwhal camp. During... Read More
For many, time spent in the Arctic is an invaluable lesson in embracing unpredictability. That was the case when members...
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