We are all Wildlife
As humans, we often see ourselves as something other than nature. Yet, the major issues affecting nature today - climate change, ocean acidification, loss of biodiversity, pollution, and the degradation of natural resources - are all directly tied to our ability to survive and thrive on this planet today and into the future.
The reality is that we aren’t so different. Humans, animals, plants, oceans - we’re all in this together.
Learn more about WWF-Canada’s Five-Year Plan, 2015-2020
WWF-Canada is committed to building a future where nature and people thrive. Over the next five years, WWF-Canada will be working with a wide array of partners and communities, and building working examples to demonstrate that victories for nature are victories for people.
See the We are all Wildlife installation in Toronto’s Financial District!
On November 24 WWF-Canada unveiled a one-of-a-kind origami wilderness art installation. The origami plants, animals and flowers represent the new #WeAreAllWildlife campaign and are a reminder that nature and the economy must work together to sustain healthy communities.
The installation space at 200 King Street West has been generously donated by Living Planet @ Work supporter Bentall Kennedy (Canada) LP and will be in place until December 1, 2015.