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Tag: climate change

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Above and below the ice, Arctic species need your help

The Canadian Arctic is warming even faster than we previously thought. This is putting wildlife on an increasingly dangerous course both above and below the sea ice. This Giving Tuesday, you can help make... Read More
The Canadian Arctic is warming even faster than we previously thought. This is putting wildlife on an increasingly dangerous...
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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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Leatherback turtle underwater, Indonesia

Sea turtles struggling to adapt in changing waters

Fragile ocean ecosystems — already on the brink because of human activities like industrial development, unsustainable fishing and shipping practices — are being pushed past their limit by climate change. Countless species, including the... Read More
Fragile ocean ecosystems — already on the brink because of human activities like industrial development, unsustainable fishing and shipping...
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WWF-Canada launches 10-year plan to Regenerate Canada

New survey reveals that two-thirds of Canadians are pessimistic about the future of the planet — but there is still time to change the path we’re on. Regenerate Canada and irREVERSIBLE campaign show the... Read More
New survey reveals that two-thirds of Canadians are pessimistic about the future of the planet — but there is...
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Northern forest

The 5 finalists of our Nature x Carbon Tech Challenge head into the field

Last summer, the Nature x Carbon Tech Challenge called on academics, entrepreneurs and inventors of all stripes to pitch their most cost-effective, innovative and user-friendly technologies to measure carbon in nature. Why does measuring... Read More
Last summer, the Nature x Carbon Tech Challenge called on academics, entrepreneurs and inventors of all stripes to pitch...
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Grand Chief Solomon and Minister Wilkinson sign a MOU to assess the feasibility of a National Marine Conservation area in western James Bay and southwestern Hudson Bay.

First phase of Indigenous-led National Marine Conservation Area a critical step in fight against biodiversity loss and climate change

The assessment is another important contribution in meeting Canada’s goal to protect 30 percent of its land and waters by 2030, in a region that will benefit both biodiversity loss and climate change. The... Read More
The assessment is another important contribution in meeting Canada’s goal to protect 30 percent of its land and waters...
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