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Tag: climate change

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I got sweatered

Those of us in Southern Ontario are battening down the hatches for a doozy of a Groundhog Day storm. Here at WWF-Canada, we've got sweaters on our minds for more than one reason. Read More
Those of us in Southern Ontario are battening down the hatches for a doozy of a Groundhog Day storm....
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Video: National Sweater Day, February 17

On February 17, join Canadians across the country in turning down your thermostat by 3 degrees, and throw on a fun, quirky sweater to show your support for the planet. Read More
On February 17, join Canadians across the country in turning down your thermostat by 3 degrees, and throw on...
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Cleaning a mile of shorline, miles away

After the United Nations climate change conference in Cancun, Mexico came to a close, a number of WWF staff from around the world paid a visit to Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve just 200km south... Read More
After the United Nations climate change conference in Cancun, Mexico came to a close, a number of WWF staff...
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Exploring green energy solutions: Ethanol

Bright and early one Friday morning in December, a group of us embarked on a three hour drive to visit an ethanol plant, a cellulosic ethanol research centre and farm in Southwestern Ontario. Read More
Bright and early one Friday morning in December, a group of us embarked on a three hour drive to...
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It’s not too late to save polar bears: study

A new paper published in Nature magazine suggests that reductions in greenhouse gases would be effective in saving polar bear populations from the worst effects of climate change. The report says that the bears’... Read More
A new paper published in Nature magazine suggests that reductions in greenhouse gases would be effective in saving polar...
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Are we having fun yet?

Earlier this year, I had a little epiphany about this whole climate change thing. A lot of the time, we tend to associate climate change with a doom and gloom outlook. It’s... Read More
Earlier this year, I had a little epiphany about this whole climate change thing. A lot of the...
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Renewal of trust within the UN process on climate change

Saturday morning we saw a renewal of trust within the UN process on climate change. After the UN climate change conference in Copenhagen last year, there was both a lack of trust between countries,... Read More
Saturday morning we saw a renewal of trust within the UN process on climate change. After the UN climate...
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Reliance on political will

The high-level part of the United Nations climate talks began this week. The week of negotiations before this was dedicated to bureaucrats working through the demands and deliberations of perfecting the wording of an... Read More
The high-level part of the United Nations climate talks began this week. The week of negotiations before this was...
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Polar bear tracker update: The bears are on the move!

Sea-ice has formed around the fringes of western Hudson Bay, and most of the satellite radio-collared females are now a few kilometres offshore, over some slightly deeper water and potentially accessing some much-needed seal... Read More
Sea-ice has formed around the fringes of western Hudson Bay, and most of the satellite radio-collared females are now...
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