Tag: climate change

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Nature can save us

A new report from the International Panel on Climate Change shows we are falling shockingly short on our Paris Agreement targets to curb global warming. Nature can be a part of our climate solution.... Read More
A new report from the International Panel on Climate Change shows we are falling shockingly short on our Paris...
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More parks but less wildlife: What’s going on?

An unprecedented commitment to terrestrial protected areas in Canada could still leave our most vulnerable species unprotected. Here’s how we can make sure that doesn’t happen. Read More
An unprecedented commitment to terrestrial protected areas in Canada could still leave our most vulnerable species unprotected. Here’s how...
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New troubles for monarchs and how you can help

The butterfly is continuing to lose ground in Mexico’s forests, but you can help monarchs rebound this spring by making the right choices for your garden. Read More
The butterfly is continuing to lose ground in Mexico’s forests, but you can help monarchs rebound this spring by...
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Polar bears need help now. Here’s why

There’s good reason to be worried about the future of polar bears. They need ice and snow to feed and breed, and as climate change warms the Arctic twice as fast as the global average, their habitat... Read More
There’s good reason to be worried about the future of polar bears. They need ice and snow to feed and breed,...
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The science we have – and the science we need to stop wildlife loss

Living Planet Report Canada – among the most comprehensive studies of monitored vertebrate wildlife population trends ever conducted in Canada – has revealed a depth and breadth of loss that’s unexpected in a country that takes... Read More
Living Planet Report Canada – among the most comprehensive studies of monitored vertebrate wildlife population trends ever conducted in Canada...
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