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WWF-Canada launches new ideas competition to encourage action for nature
China’s panda population on the rise as habitat preservation efforts continue
The worldwide population of wild giant pandas increased by 268 over the last decade according to a ...
New $28K micro grant program makes waves for healthy oceans
HUB Ottawa and WWF are partnering to create Ottawa Wave Makers, a first-of-its-kind micro grant ...
Frolicking family video shows China's tiger population roaring back
Rare video of a protective tigress and her playful cubs 30 kilometers from the Russian border is ...
Protection of the Great Lakes a positive step for nature and for people
WWF-Canada applauds today’s step by the Ontario government to re-introduce the Great Lakes ...
Great Barrier Reef at risk of becoming dumping ground
Reckless industrialization alongside the Great Barrier Reef could cause severe damage to one of ...
Making the grade, saving the planet: WWF-Canada and York University’s Faculty of Environmental Studies
WWF-Canada and the Faculty of Environmental Studies (FES) at York University announce a unique ...
Survey shows 69% increase in area occupied by monarch butterflies
A new survey of migratory monarch butterflies at their wintering habitat shows a 69% increase in ...
UN meeting closes with major step for the ocean
States took a major step toward urgently needed ocean protection at the UN today agreeing to ...
India's tigers come roaring back according to new report
A new report shows that India’s tiger population has significantly increased.
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