Focus on environmental protection a welcome change in direction for Arctic Council: WWF-Canada
(Iqaluit, April 24, 2015) - As the United States takes the helm of the Arctic Council, WWF-Canada ...
Ocean wealth valued at US$24 trillion, but sinking fast
The value of the ocean’s riches rivals the size of the world’s leading economies, but its resources ...
Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup Asks Canadians to Do Their Part on Earth Day and Beyond
The Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup is a great way for Canadians to make a difference year-round ...
Baffinland decision shows Nunavut resource development regulatory system is doing its job, says WWF-Canada
The Nunavut Planning Commission has made a clear decision to safeguard local communities with its ...
Nature Lovers join WWF to GO WILD
Notable Canadians call for ideas to encourage community actions for nature.
Arctic sea ice hits a new record low maximum: WWF-Canada concerned about increased warming in Canada’s Arctic
Winter sea ice in the Arctic has hit a new record low this year, according to information released ...
Government plan fails to protect lower Athabasca River when most needed
New water management framework leaves river exposed to unacceptable risk
WWF Celebrates Canada Water Week March 16-22!
This year, WWF-Canada recognizes Water Heroes during Canada Water Week, March 16-22.
Go Wild and win $1,000
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 ...
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