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Tag: climate change

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Looking up at western toad tadpoles, Anaxyrus boreas, swimming in a school though masses of water shield plants.

5 things to give you hope in 2022

We’re now a month into 2022 and, once again, it hasn’t been the fresh start we all would’ve liked. If you’re feeling pessimistic about the state of things, be it the pandemic or the... Read More
We’re now a month into 2022 and, once again, it hasn’t been the fresh start we all would’ve liked....
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Freighters stop at the bay of Vancouver at sunset.

How Canada’s shipping industry can reduce its climate change impacts

Marine shipping connects the world by supplying essential goods. But while boasting in some cases transportation’s  lowest carbon footprint per tonne transported, the industry’s still-significant climate change impacts can no longer be ignored. Canadian... Read More
Marine shipping connects the world by supplying essential goods. But while boasting in some cases transportation’s  lowest carbon footprint...
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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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Inuit teen near a qaggiq igloo

What youth can do to fight climate change

Young people are the least responsible for climate change, especially in the Arctic where our communities are so small. Yet we’re the ones who will live with the long-term impacts — and we have the right... Read More
Young people are the least responsible for climate change, especially in the Arctic where our communities are so small. Yet we’re...
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Wildlife decline is reversible

Megan Leslie on reversing the ‘irreversible’

Deadly heat waves, wildfires, species in decline, super storms — these are the calling cards of a planet in crisis, and the next decade is critical. If we don’t rebuild our relationship with nature,... Read More
Deadly heat waves, wildfires, species in decline, super storms — these are the calling cards of a planet in...
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Three children running on a path in a wooded area

Election 2021: Federal Party Survey on Environmental Platforms

With environmental concerns playing a major role in the 2021 federal election, we’re helping Canadians make the most informed choice at the polls by releasing this non-partisan Federal Party Survey on Environmental Platforms. WWF-Canada,... Read More
With environmental concerns playing a major role in the 2021 federal election, we’re helping Canadians make the most informed...
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Male Narwhal (Monodon monoceros) gathering en masse to eat cod in the spring at the Arctic Bay floe edge in Lancaster Sound, Nunavut, Canada.

Why narwhal are the most vulnerable to a warmer, louder Arctic

For millennia, these tusked ice whales have been a vital part of Inuit culture in the eastern Arctic. In other parts of the world, the narwhal’s long spiral tusks were once believed to have... Read More
For millennia, these tusked ice whales have been a vital part of Inuit culture in the eastern Arctic. In...
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