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Supporting Inuit-led conservation in Nunavut

The vast tundra, expanses of sea ice and Arctic Ocean waters of Nunavut, in the Canadian Arctic, are home to many species — from narwhal and polar bears to beluga whales and caribou. It’s... Read More
The vast tundra, expanses of sea ice and Arctic Ocean waters of Nunavut, in the Canadian Arctic, are home...
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Why half a degree matters so much 

Snow, ice and permafrost — defining characteristics of the Arctic — are vanishing at an alarming rate. Sea ice and glaciers are melting, snow cover is thinning, and the water table is changing. As... Read More
Snow, ice and permafrost — defining characteristics of the Arctic — are vanishing at an alarming rate. Sea ice...
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Close-up image of ice melting around black particulate matter

Translating snow and ice science into policy 

Earth’s cryosphere is on the brink of a preventable disaster. Rising temperatures from carbon emissions are pushing communities closer to the limits of their ability to adapt, forcing mountain regions to cope with water... Read More
Earth’s cryosphere is on the brink of a preventable disaster. Rising temperatures from carbon emissions are pushing communities closer...
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Five things we learned at GLOBE Forum in Vancouver

We asked some attendees from WWF-Canada and Aviva Canada to reflect on their key learnings from GLOBE Forum 2024 in Vancouver. Here’s a bit of what they had to share. Read More
We asked some attendees from WWF-Canada and Aviva Canada to reflect on their key learnings from GLOBE Forum 2024...
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New study identifies priority areas for restoration to help Canada meet Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework goals

A new study published today in Conservation Science & Practice reveals up to 3.9 million hectares of converted land in Canada that, if restored, are expected to benefit biodiversity and climate.  The study comes at... Read More
A new study published today in Conservation Science & Practice reveals up to 3.9 million hectares of converted land in...
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How to engage young folks in conservation and restoration

Jim Robb, veteran environment educator and general manager at Friends of the Rouge Watershed answers our questions about how to engage young people in conservation and restoration work, especially in the city, and why... Read More
Jim Robb, veteran environment educator and general manager at Friends of the Rouge Watershed answers our questions about how...
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