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Tag: Indigenous-led conservation

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Katzie First Nation man standing in a green forest

Red means go: Katzie councillor Rick Bailey on Red Slough, restoring salmon habitat and Indigenous leadership

In late August, Katzie First Nation band councillor, Rick Bailey, and a literal boatload of restoration workers, funders and WWF staffers headed upriver and down forest service roads in traditional Katzie territory to review... Read More
In late August, Katzie First Nation band councillor, Rick Bailey, and a literal boatload of restoration workers, funders and...
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Woman stands on stage that says Collision in the background

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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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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Here’s why Indigenous-led wildfire restoration works

As Canada faces its worst wildfire season in recorded history, with “abnormally hot weather” forecast for the summer, the safety and wellbeing of many Canadian communities and forest ecosystems remain at risk. But the... Read More
As Canada faces its worst wildfire season in recorded history, with “abnormally hot weather” forecast for the summer, the...
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A woman and a man at a press conference table in front of flags from Canada, China and the United Nation

What COP15’s Global Biodiversity Framework will mean here in Canada

During a dramatic climax to December’s UN COP15 biodiversity summit, nearly 200 countries adopted the Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework (GBF). Containing four overarching goals and 23 specific targets, the new agreement aims to halt... Read More
During a dramatic climax to December’s UN COP15 biodiversity summit, nearly 200 countries adopted the Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework...
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For Canada, Indigenous-led conservation led COP15

During COP15’s final week, as negotiators inside the Palais des Congrès wrangled over the details of the Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework, WWF-Canada and our partners were ramping up pressure on the critical importance of... Read More
During COP15’s final week, as negotiators inside the Palais des Congrès wrangled over the details of the Kunming-Montreal Global...
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