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Tag: wildlife loss

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Short-eared Owl

Reversing habitat loss for short-eared owls

The short-eared owl is at risk of extinction. There's good news though: habitat loss is reversible. Learn more about our plan to restore million hectares. Read More
The short-eared owl is at risk of extinction. There's good news though: habitat loss is reversible. Learn more about our...
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WWF-Canada launches 10-year plan to Regenerate Canada

New survey reveals that two-thirds of Canadians are pessimistic about the future of the planet — but there is still time to change the path we’re on. Regenerate Canada and irREVERSIBLE campaign show the... Read More
New survey reveals that two-thirds of Canadians are pessimistic about the future of the planet — but there is...
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Wildlife decline is reversible

Megan Leslie on reversing the ‘irreversible’

Deadly heat waves, wildfires, species in decline, super storms — these are the calling cards of a planet in crisis, and the next decade is critical. If we don’t rebuild our relationship with nature,... Read More
Deadly heat waves, wildfires, species in decline, super storms — these are the calling cards of a planet in...
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A tiger in Nam Et – Phou Louey National Park, Lao PDR in 2013.

Where tigers no longer roam

100 years ago, tigers were prevalent across Asia. Today they exist in just 5 per cent of their historic range. Read More
100 years ago, tigers were prevalent across Asia. Today they exist in just 5 per cent of their historic...
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The science we have – and the science we need to stop wildlife loss

Living Planet Report Canada – among the most comprehensive studies of monitored vertebrate wildlife population trends ever conducted in Canada – has revealed a depth and breadth of loss that’s unexpected in a country that takes... Read More
Living Planet Report Canada – among the most comprehensive studies of monitored vertebrate wildlife population trends ever conducted in Canada...
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