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A photo of a marshland forest in the sunshine taken from above by a drone

Forest for the trees: WWF-Canada’s year in conservation

Year in Review 2023 began with the promise of progress. The Global Biodiversity Framework had just been signed at COP15 in Montreal, setting humanity on a mission to protect and restore a third of planet before... Read More
Year in Review 2023 began with the promise of progress. The Global Biodiversity Framework had just been signed at...
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A group of people holding signs that say "deliver climate finance," "loss and damage finance now," and "adaptation finance now"

Power to the people @ COP28: UN climate summit makes progress

What is responsible for climate change? And who is responsible for its consequences? While the answers to these questions have been known for decades — fossil fuels are responsible for 75 per cent of all... Read More
What is responsible for climate change? And who is responsible for its consequences? While the answers to these questions...
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Healthy grasslands, healthy soil: What we learned by over-seeding a field in rural Ontario

Native grassland systems don’t just look pretty. They also protect against the effects of climate change, contribute to efforts to decarbonize the air, create valuable habitat for at-risk birds, insects, and animals—all while improving... Read More
Native grassland systems don’t just look pretty. They also protect against the effects of climate change, contribute to efforts...
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Launch of Mapping Canada's Carbon Landscapes study at COP26

What does WWF-Canada want to see happen at the COP28 climate summit?

For three decades, world leaders have gathered annually at a “Conference of Parties” to talk global action on climate change. But COP28 in Dubai, from November 30–December 12, is particularly crucial because countries are... Read More
For three decades, world leaders have gathered annually at a “Conference of Parties” to talk global action on climate...
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After the fire: How technology can drive successful restoration

In the midst of Canada’s worst wildfire season in recorded history, it’s time to re-evaluate how we deal with the restoration of forest ecosystems. Megan Leslie, WWF-Canada’s president & CEO, delivered a keynote address... Read More
In the midst of Canada’s worst wildfire season in recorded history, it’s time to re-evaluate how we deal with...
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A disappearing glacier in Greenland

Why is the Arctic warming faster than the rest of the planet?

While the world as a whole has warmed by around 1.2°C since the start of the industrial revolution, the Arctic has warmed by around 3°C, with devastating impacts for people and ecosystems. This faster... Read More
While the world as a whole has warmed by around 1.2°C since the start of the industrial revolution, the...
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Act Locally: How to help wetlands work for you

Nature-based climate solutions don’t just benefit nature — they can enhance your own properties and communities, too. Alyssa Cousineau of ALUS shares how restoring and recreating wetlands can protect against floods, create wildlife habitats,... Read More
Nature-based climate solutions don’t just benefit nature — they can enhance your own properties and communities, too. Alyssa Cousineau...
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Three people survey erosion damage on a mountain slope in B.C.

Act Locally: How to help nature by preventing erosion in your community

All Canadians can apply nature-based climate solutions in their own backyards and communities. Jessica Hutchinson and Mandala Smulders of Redd Fish Restoration Society explain how to use natural materials to prevent erosion in large-... Read More
All Canadians can apply nature-based climate solutions in their own backyards and communities. Jessica Hutchinson and Mandala Smulders of...
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