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Uncovering Climate’s Secret Ally

Nature has slowed global warming, saving humanity from even more severe impacts of the climate crisis. But our ally is under threat, writes Manuel Pulgar-Vidal, WWF Global Lead for Climate and Energy, and WWF... Read More
Nature has slowed global warming, saving humanity from even more severe impacts of the climate crisis. But our ally...
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Close up of a single polar bear in Churchill, Manitoba.

How community-led patrols are keeping people and polar bears safe

This past summer, Jason Harasimo, who helms our Arctic Species Conservation Fund program out of WWF-Canada’s Iqaluit office, visited Whale Cove to attend a training for patrollers. He writes about his experience. Read More
This past summer, Jason Harasimo, who helms our Arctic Species Conservation Fund program out of WWF-Canada’s Iqaluit office, visited...
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Aerial view of the landscape typical of the Hudson Bay Lowlands, Ontario, Canada

Beyond Targets Regional Highlight: Hudson and James Bay Lowlands

“The Hudson and James Bay Lowlands are covered by peatlands which are an incredibly dense and globally significant carbon storage area. These carbon-rich areas are known as the ‘breathing lands’ to our Elders, and... Read More
“The Hudson and James Bay Lowlands are covered by peatlands which are an incredibly dense and globally significant carbon...
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Beyond Targets: Spotlight on the Saskatchewan River Delta

WWF-Canada’s Beyond Targets report proposes a new model for protected and conserved area establishment in Canada — one that prioritizes the advancement of Indigenous Protected and Conserved Areas (IPCAs) and Indigenous rights and title,... Read More
WWF-Canada’s Beyond Targets report proposes a new model for protected and conserved area establishment in Canada — one that...
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Hammond River Angling Association

One year, big impact: 90,000 trees, shrubs planted and 160 hectares restored in first year of Nature and Climate Grant Program

Habitat loss is driving the decline of species at risk and worsening climate change by releasing carbon stored in nature. The solution is meaningful, measurable restoration efforts, and the inaugural grantees of our $2-million... Read More
Habitat loss is driving the decline of species at risk and worsening climate change by releasing carbon stored in...
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Learn the five seasons of the Ojibwe calendar

At WWF-Canada, we believe that ecological restoration is not possible without reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people, and we see Indigenous language revitalization as a part of this process. As we (finally) enter springtime,... Read More
At WWF-Canada, we believe that ecological restoration is not possible without reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people, and we...
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