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Frog

Can you help us measure carbon in nature? Apply now!

Calling all innovators! The moment you’ve been waiting for has finally arrived. Applications for WWF-Canada’s Nature X Carbon Tech Challenge are officially open. Apply here or find out more about the challenge below. WHAT... Read More
Calling all innovators! The moment you’ve been waiting for has finally arrived. Applications for WWF-Canada’s Nature X Carbon Tech...
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Forrest

Can ‘Nature Tech’ rise to WWF-Canada’s Nature X Carbon Tech Challenge? (That’s up to you)

‘Nature tech’ is, appropriately enough, a growing industry. An umbrella term for the application of modern technologies to help us monitor, manage and conserve nature, it’s become increasingly crucial as environmental crises accelerate around us.   With actions that protect, restore and steward the Earth’s natural resources, we can help to mitigate climate change and wildlife loss. Collectively known as nature-based climate solutions, or NbCS, they... Read More
‘Nature tech’ is, appropriately enough, a growing industry. An umbrella term for the application of modern technologies to help us monitor, manage and conserve nature, it’s become increasingly crucial as environmental crises accelerate around us.  ...
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What is the Nature X Carbon Tech Challenge?

WWF-Canada is seeking innovative, cost-effective and user-friendly technologies and approaches to support carbon measurement and verification of Nature-based Climate Solutions (NbCS) in Canada.   Nature has been called “the sleeping giant” of the climate crisis because one-third of global greenhouse gas emissions result from the destruction of trees,... Read More
WWF-Canada is seeking innovative, cost-effective and user-friendly technologies and approaches to support carbon measurement and verification of Nature-based Climate Solutions (NbCS) in Canada.   Nature has been called “the...
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