Solid majority of Canadians oppose offshore oil and gas drilling in Canada’s Arctic
WWF-Canada and RSA Canada partner to build climate resilient communities
New joint study explores Canadian attitudes on flooding, highlighting need for education and ...
WWF-recommended 'wild' and 'heritage' rivers receive additional safeguards
Based on WWF-Canada recommendations, Transport Canada is safeguarding wild and free-flowing rivers ...
Stunning UN report on melting ice, rising seas shows time is running out for climate action
The people and wildlife of Canada’s Arctic, high mountains and coasts are under increasing threat, ...
The youth have risen, and so have we: WWF-Canada joins the Global Climate Strike
Renewable energy can power Nunavut’s future: Report
Some communities could get nearly 50 per cent of their energy from renewables right now
Conservation goes high tech
WWF-Canada's Living Planet Technology Hub launches with Generation Water Tech Challenge
Traditional Inuvialuit knowledge helps mariners steer clear of Arctic wildlife
As traffic in the western Arctic increases, there’s a new opportunity to get shipping right
Northeast Newfoundland marine refuge should be exempt from oil and gas development –WWF-Canada
Ocean protection in the province depends on keeping marine refuges out of the Call for Nominations ...
Independent observers are needed to monitor offshore oil and gas spills
After a third oil spill in just 10 months, it’s time to change how we deal with them.
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