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Tag: climate change

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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... Read More
Young people are the least responsible for climate change, especially in the Arctic where our communities are so small....
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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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Polar bear walking across the ice at sunset

Good news for polar bears in Canada’s central Arctic

By WWF-Canada’s Brandon Laforest and WWF Arctic’s Melanie Lancaster  Polar bears in some parts of Canada are getting fatter and more numerous according to recent survey results from two of the world’s 19 polar... Read More
By WWF-Canada’s Brandon Laforest and WWF Arctic’s Melanie Lancaster  Polar bears in some parts of Canada are getting fatter...
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Forest fire

The Global Climate Strike is Back and Yes, We Still Have Hope

Time has never felt more malleable, compressing and expanding with each news cycle. So you might be surprised that it’s only been a year since six million of us took to the streets in... Read More
Time has never felt more malleable, compressing and expanding with each news cycle. So you might be surprised that...
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Q&A: Streaming freshwater science from citizens

After WWF-Canada’s 2017 Watershed Report revealed data deficiency as a serious obstacle to ensuring freshwater health, we partnered with Living Lakes Canada, the University of Guelph and Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) to create STREAM,... Read More
After WWF-Canada’s 2017 Watershed Report revealed data deficiency as a serious obstacle to ensuring freshwater health, we partnered with Living Lakes...
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Arya, Jennifer and Xavier Fong, donors to WWF-Canada

Nature’s heroes: The Fong family versus climate change

On the surface, Xavier and Arya Fong are like any other kids. But they don’t just love animals – they’re committed to protecting them. This gives James Fong hope because he knows climate change will be... Read More
On the surface, Xavier and Arya Fong are like any other kids. But they don’t just love animals – they’re committed...
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Q&A: Nature, coronavirus and lessons learned

The coronavirus crisis has left us all with a lot of questions. Thankfully, we work with scientists. So we spoke to James Snider, WWF-Canada’s vice-president of Science, Research and Innovation, to find out some... Read More
The coronavirus crisis has left us all with a lot of questions. Thankfully, we work with scientists. So we...
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The Australian bushfire catastrophe and how to help

Canadians have been watching the bushfire tragedy unfolding in Australia with shock and sadness for months. Accelerated by climate change, the increasingly intense fires raging across the continent have so far cost at least... Read More
Canadians have been watching the bushfire tragedy unfolding in Australia with shock and sadness for months. Accelerated by climate...
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