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Tag: Living Planet Report

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You can help stop wildlife loss. Here’s how

WWF’s new Living Planet Report Canada, is a wakeup call. It shows that half the monitored wildlife studied are in decline, and their population numbers have dropped on average 83 per cent since 1970.... Read More
WWF’s new Living Planet Report Canada, is a wakeup call. It shows that half the monitored wildlife studied are...
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Freshwater ecosystems face immediate threats

A silent crash is taking place in Canada’s waters. From the tiny mussels that filter toxins to the giant sturgeon, a survivor from the time of the dinosaurs, freshwater life is dropping at an... Read More
A silent crash is taking place in Canada’s waters. From the tiny mussels that filter toxins to the giant...
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An urgent call for change from the Arctic

From retreating sea ice to the arrival of unfamiliar species, the environment in the North is already undergoing a dramatic change. If we don’t act quickly, it might be irreversible. Read More
From retreating sea ice to the arrival of unfamiliar species, the environment in the North is already undergoing a...
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15 ways Canada can help wildlife thrive again

The Living Planet Report 2016 shows the world is on track to lose 67 per cent of wildlife populations by 2020. Here are 15 things Canada can do to help stop that from happening. Read More
The Living Planet Report 2016 shows the world is on track to lose 67 per cent of wildlife populations...
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Pressures from “Goldilocks” regions put Arctic at risk

The recent release of WWF’s 2012 Living Planet Report offers a lesson in the ways that trends in the Arctic reflect and are influenced by global trends, but also show regionally distinct patterns. Read More
The recent release of WWF’s 2012 Living Planet Report offers a lesson in the ways that trends in the...
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