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WWF-Canada announces new fund for Indigenous Protected and Conserved Areas

Funding will support Indigenous communities in the considering, establishment and stewardship of IPCAs Montreal, December 14, 2022 – Megan Leslie, WWF-Canada president and CEO, announced a new Indigenous Protected and Conserved Area (IPCA) Support... Read More
Funding will support Indigenous communities in the considering, establishment and stewardship of IPCAs Montreal, December 14, 2022 – Megan...
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Sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka), adults migrating up the river to spawn

WWF’s Living Planet Report reveals a devastating 69% drop in wildlife populations on average in less than a lifetime

TORONTO, 13 October 2022 – Monitored wildlife populations — mammals, birds, amphibians, reptiles and fish — have seen a devastating 69 per cent drop on average since 1970 according to WWF’s Living Planet Report... Read More
TORONTO, 13 October 2022 – Monitored wildlife populations — mammals, birds, amphibians, reptiles and fish — have seen a...
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Humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) feeding in the coastal waters near Prince Rupert, British Columbia, Canada. © WWF-Canada / Chad Graham

10 ways the tides are changing for ocean conservation

Happy Oceans Month! To celebrate, we’re sharing the top 10 biggest ocean conservation wins of the past year. Though the tides are changing thanks to the support of ocean advocates across the country, we’re... Read More
Happy Oceans Month! To celebrate, we’re sharing the top 10 biggest ocean conservation wins of the past year. Though...
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A woman and a man at a press conference table in front of flags from Canada, China and the United Nation

What COP15’s Global Biodiversity Framework will mean here in Canada

During a dramatic climax to December’s UN COP15 biodiversity summit, nearly 200 countries adopted the Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework (GBF). Containing four overarching goals and 23 specific targets, the new agreement aims to halt... Read More
During a dramatic climax to December’s UN COP15 biodiversity summit, nearly 200 countries adopted the Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework...
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Inuit man standing behind a podium with a WWF panda logo on it

‘We survived off our resources for millennia’: Paul Okalik, WWF-Canada’s lead Arctic specialist

During last month’s COP15 biodiversity summit, WWF-Canada’s lead Arctic specialist, Paul Okalik, moderated an Arctic marine conservation panel with guest speakers hailing from Alaska to Nunavut. Before returning home to Iqaluit, Paul spoke to... Read More
During last month’s COP15 biodiversity summit, WWF-Canada’s lead Arctic specialist, Paul Okalik, moderated an Arctic marine conservation panel with...
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