Key climate-change vulnerabilities identified for three St. John River communities
The Community Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment, led by WWF-Canada, includes adaptation ...
Ontario’s proposed water-bottling fee a step toward recognizing true value of water
Pricing structure will lead to greater protection of freshwater resources
Record-breaking temperatures signal need for urgent action
Canada must take next steps to safeguard wildlife and habitat
Caribou protections must be upheld in NIRB re-examination of Back River Gold Mine
Inadequate protections planned for Scott Islands
Canada's first marine National Wildlife Area in Scott Islands, BC, will not provide meaningful ...
New Polar Code a good first step, but lacks meaningful protections for the Arctic
Absence of regulations on heavy fuel oil and grey water are just the tip of the iceberg
Delays in renewable-energy deployment will prove costly to Arctic communities
Millions in savings can be achieved, computer modelling confirms
Canada-U.S. Arctic commitments a major win for unique ecosystems and people who depend on them
New oil and gas restrictions signal modern approach to Arctic economic development
St. John River ecosystem undermined by Mactaquac Dam decision
NB Power must release scientific research on which decision based
WWF-Canada encouraged by progress on marine protected areas
But cautions that meaningful protections at risk for future MPAs
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