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Tag: Indigenous-led conservation

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How IPCAs advance protection and reconciliation

If you’re a regular WWF visitor, you’re already fairly familiar with protected areas — geographical regions of land or water with restrictions on human activities to safeguard habitat. This conservation tool offers the promise... Read More
If you’re a regular WWF visitor, you’re already fairly familiar with protected areas — geographical regions of land or...
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Killer whale jumping out of the water in BC

Q&A: The UN COP15 summit needs to be a leap forward for nature

Once a decade, signatories to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) gather to negotiate the next ten years of nature protections. CBD COP15, the UN biodiversity summit in Montreal from Dec. 7 – 19,... Read More
Once a decade, signatories to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) gather to negotiate the next ten years of...
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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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Our commitment to truth and reconciliation

The National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, one of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s 94 Calls to Action, is meant to “honour Survivors, their families, and communities, and ensure that public commemoration of the... Read More
The National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, one of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s 94 Calls to Action, is...
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The Nunavut hamlet of Taloyoak at sunrise

The tiny town of Taloyoak is an Arctic inspiration

UPDATE: FOOD SOVEREIGNTY PROJECT IN TALOYOAK, NU NABS $451,000 PRIZE For the Inuktitut version, please click here. Perched on the edge of Aviqtuuq, also known as the Boothia Peninsula, the Nunavut hamlet of Taloyoak... Read More
UPDATE: FOOD SOVEREIGNTY PROJECT IN TALOYOAK, NU NABS $451,000 PRIZE For the Inuktitut version, please click here. Perched on...
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Sunrise over icy landscape in Churchill

Megan Leslie on turning ‘possibilities into realities’ in 2021

In last January’s Fieldnotes newsletter, we interviewed WWF-Canada president and CEO Megan Leslie about the year to come. (Let’s just say our foresight wasn’t 2020.) But we’re giving it another try, even though, once... Read More
In last January’s Fieldnotes newsletter, we interviewed WWF-Canada president and CEO Megan Leslie about the year to come. (Let’s...
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Indigenous-led conservation is the path forward

We believe that Indigenous-led conservation is the most effective, equitable and efficient way to safeguard the nature that all of us hold dear. Our work has evolved over time to be more inclusive and, where possible,... Read More
We believe that Indigenous-led conservation is the most effective, equitable and efficient way to safeguard the nature that all of...
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