Protected areas – Natural Solutions to climate change crisis
Copenhagen, Denmark – Protected Areas offer a cost effective solution to the impacts of climate ...
Scientists: act on climate change now
Gerald Butts, President and CEO of WWF-Canada and Andrew Weaver, Canada Research Chair Climate ...
500 Canadian Scientists: Climate Change happening faster than we thought, Canada must do more
Today, more than 500 Canadian scientists issued an open letter to Prime Minister Stephen Harper ...
Joint Letter from WWF International and Lafarge
The following joint letter to the editor was submitted by James P. Leape. General Director of WWF ...
Lobster fishermen testing new measures for right whale conservation
Lobster fishing season opens on Monday, and for the first time fishermen in southwest Nova Scotia ...
Unchecked Climate change will put world at ‘tipping point’, WWF and Allianz report says
The world's diverse regions and ecosystems are close to reaching temperature thresholds – or ...
Atlantic bluefin trade ban now vital as tuna commission fails to take action again
The Atlantic tuna commission meeting in Recife, Brazil last week resulted in inadequate and delayed ...
Young Canadians Send Message to Prime Minister on Climate Change
WWF-Canada delivers more than 800 postcards to Parliament
Add Canada’s wildlife to your list of favorite things this holiday season
(Toronto: November 9, 2009) – Polar bears and caribou, Canada’s iconic wildlife, the melting of ice ...
G20 fails to make progress on climate deal
Finance ministers of the world’s dominant economies failed to reach agreement on the financing ...
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