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Emily Vandermeer

Posts count: 31

Close up of an Atlantic walrus

Help launch walrus research to the next level — Space!

The climate of the Arctic is changing three times faster than the global average, threatening nature and people. This Giving Tuesday, you can do twice as much to help keep it in balance by... Read More
The climate of the Arctic is changing three times faster than the global average, threatening nature and people. This...
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Two fennec foxes

WWF Gift Guide: Adopt fennec fox

Get to know WWF-Canada's newest symbolic adoption species, the fennec fox and how it survives life in the desert. Read More
Get to know WWF-Canada's newest symbolic adoption species, the fennec fox and how it survives life in the desert....
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‘No Dumping’ in Marine Protected Areas Isn’t as Clear as It Seems

After years of advocacy, WWF-Canada was thrilled when the federal government committed to establishing new minimum standards for federal marine protected areas (MPAs) that included bans on oil and gas exploration, mining, bottom trawling and dumping.... Read More
After years of advocacy, WWF-Canada was thrilled when the federal government committed to establishing new minimum standards for federal marine...
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Short-eared Owl

Reversing habitat loss for short-eared owls

The short-eared owl is at risk of extinction. There's good news though: habitat loss is reversible. Learn more about our plan to restore million hectares. Read More
The short-eared owl is at risk of extinction. There's good news though: habitat loss is reversible. Learn more about our...
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Yonge & St. Clair mural by birdO

Q&A: birdO talks street art and wildlife conservation

World-renowned street artist birdO is teaming up with WWF-Canada to protect the nature he loves with WWF-Canada’s Wildest Ride Contest. Read More
World-renowned street artist birdO is teaming up with WWF-Canada to protect the nature he loves with WWF-Canada’s Wildest Ride...
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A tiger in Nam Et – Phou Louey National Park, Lao PDR in 2013.

Where tigers no longer roam

100 years ago, tigers were prevalent across Asia. Today they exist in just 5 per cent of their historic range. Read More
100 years ago, tigers were prevalent across Asia. Today they exist in just 5 per cent of their historic...
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Lifeguard sitting with whistle

Stop playing ‘dirty pool’ in our marine protected areas

Unlike the kids in our Dirty Pool swimming “experiment,” at-risk species don’t have any choice but to swim in contaminated water. They live in it. You can be a (wild)lifeguard by helping protect our... Read More
Unlike the kids in our Dirty Pool swimming “experiment,” at-risk species don’t have any choice but to swim in...
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