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Tag: Fieldnotes

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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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Fishing for a new renewable resource in Nunavut

To support sustainable, low-impact and Inuit-owned alternatives to industries like mining or oil and gas, WWF-Canada is partnering with Nunavut communities in Kinngait, Sanikiluaq and Arviat to help locals develop management plans for small-scale community-based commercial fisheries.... Read More
To support sustainable, low-impact and Inuit-owned alternatives to industries like mining or oil and gas, WWF-Canada is partnering with...
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How nature restoration helps reduce rising flood waters

It’s flood season again. Simon Mitchell, WWF-Canada’s Freshwater Lead Specialist, lives steps away from the Saint John River in New Brunswick, so we asked him how our restoration work can help provide nature-based solutions to this... Read More
It’s flood season again. Simon Mitchell, WWF-Canada’s Freshwater Lead Specialist, lives steps away from the Saint John River in...
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We are living in a potentially transformative moment

Fifty years ago today, not long after WWF-Canada was founded, environmentalists took to the streets to celebrate the first Earth Day. The demonstrations went global 20 years later, inspiring a new generation. This year’s... Read More
Fifty years ago today, not long after WWF-Canada was founded, environmentalists took to the streets to celebrate the first...
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Curious young raccoon, Toronto, Canada.

Fieldnotes: Greetings from the great indoors

Well, it’s a far different world from just a few weeks ago, though it would probably do us even more good now to spend some quality time tending to a yard or balcony garden.... Read More
Well, it’s a far different world from just a few weeks ago, though it would probably do us even...
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Fieldnotes: Hope, solutions and the future of conservation

WWF-Canada’s Megan Leslie on hope, solutions and the future of conservation It’s a new year and a new decade, and there’s a whole lot of work ahead to protect our environment and safeguard our... Read More
WWF-Canada’s Megan Leslie on hope, solutions and the future of conservation It’s a new year and a new decade,...
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Fieldnotes: How we fought for nature and people in 2019

Fieldnotes is WWF-Canada’s newsletter about our science-based work finding solutions in the face of the unprecedented dual crises of climate change and wildlife loss. Click here to subscribe and get future issues emailed directly... Read More
Fieldnotes is WWF-Canada’s newsletter about our science-based work finding solutions in the face of the unprecedented dual crises of...
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Fieldnotes: Rudolph the red-nosed caribou

Fieldnotes is WWF-Canada’s newsletter about our science-based work finding solutions in the face of an unprecedented crisis in climate change and wildlife loss. If Fieldnotes was forwarded to you, please click here to subscribe... Read More
Fieldnotes is WWF-Canada’s newsletter about our science-based work finding solutions in the face of an unprecedented crisis in climate...
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Fieldnotes: Uncovering the wildlife-climate connection

Fieldnotes is WWF-Canada’s newsletter about our science-based work finding solutions in the face of an unprecedented crisis in climate change and wildlife loss. Please click here to subscribe and get future issues emailed direct... Read More
Fieldnotes is WWF-Canada’s newsletter about our science-based work finding solutions in the face of an unprecedented crisis in climate...
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Fieldnotes: Why you otter be less salty this winter

Fieldnotes is WWF-Canada’s newsletter about our science-based work finding solutions in the face of an unprecedented crisis in climate change and wildlife loss. Please click here to subscribe and get future issues emailed direct... Read More
Fieldnotes is WWF-Canada’s newsletter about our science-based work finding solutions in the face of an unprecedented crisis in climate...
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Fieldnotes: Creepy creatures! Invasive plants! Spooky scientists!

Canada’s (not actually) creepiest at-risk creatures For Halloween we’re exhuming some scientific facts about Canada’s spookiest species. But don’t judge a bat by its blood-sucking — these creatures are fundamental to our ecosystems. What’s... Read More
Canada’s (not actually) creepiest at-risk creatures For Halloween we’re exhuming some scientific facts about Canada’s spookiest species. But don’t...
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Fieldnotes: What do AI and blockchain have to do with nature?

Fieldnotes is WWF-Canada’s newsletter about our science-based work finding solutions in the face of an unprecedented crisis in climate change and wildlife loss. When machine learning met marine mammals Climate change, pollution and habitat... Read More
Fieldnotes is WWF-Canada’s newsletter about our science-based work finding solutions in the face of an unprecedented crisis in climate...
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