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The importance of community (and conservation) during COVID-19

This new normal sure doesn’t feel very normal. The growing COVID-19 emergency is affecting all of our lives, and here at WWF-Canada we want to first and foremost express our concern and support for... Read More
This new normal sure doesn’t feel very normal. The growing COVID-19 emergency is affecting all of our lives, and...
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Canadian Election: Federal parties answer our environmental policy questions

As the historic turnout for the Global Climate Strike made clear, environmental concerns are at an all-time high among Canadians. We wanted to help all the federal parties address these concerns by making clear, actionable commitments that could be shared with Canadians to help... Read More
As the historic turnout for the Global Climate Strike made clear, environmental concerns are at an all-time high among Canadians....
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Celebrating WWF-Canada’s first Living Planet Leaders!

Meet our 2019 Living Planet Leaders who are helping to build a more sustainable Canada in their communities and on campus! The Living Planet Leader designation recognizes post-secondary students who have demonstrated a commitment... Read More
Meet our 2019 Living Planet Leaders who are helping to build a more sustainable Canada in their communities and...
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Success! The salmon have returned

World Rivers Day celebrates the world’s life-giving waterways and encourages river stewardship and conservation around the globe. Today marks the 15th annual World Rivers Day celebration, an event developed in 2005 by Canadian river... Read More
World Rivers Day celebrates the world’s life-giving waterways and encourages river stewardship and conservation around the globe. Today marks...
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The time to switch to renewable energy is now

Canada’s Arctic territory of Nunavut is entirely dependent on fossil fuels for its electricity and heat generation, but it doesn’t have to be. Habitat-friendly renewable energy can improve food and energy security. Making the... Read More
Canada’s Arctic territory of Nunavut is entirely dependent on fossil fuels for its electricity and heat generation, but it...
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Summer on ice

With back-to-school season in full swing, summer is starting to fade from most of our memories. But the Students on Ice expedition participants have had a summer they’ll never forget in the Arctic. The... Read More
With back-to-school season in full swing, summer is starting to fade from most of our memories. But the Students...
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Fieldnotes: Protesting pandas and climate strikes!

Welcome to Fieldnotes. Our planet is facing unprecedented crises in climate change and wildlife loss, and this WWF-Canada newsletter is about our science-based work finding solutions. Protesting pandas and climate strikes On Friday, September... Read More
Welcome to Fieldnotes. Our planet is facing unprecedented crises in climate change and wildlife loss, and this WWF-Canada newsletter...
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Get your butts off the beach

Cigarette butts, among other plastic pollution, are the most common type of litter found on Canadian shores according to the 2018 Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup annual report. Read More
Cigarette butts, among other plastic pollution, are the most common type of litter found on Canadian shores according to...
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