Mountain gorilla population increases despite war
The number of mountain gorillas in Virunga National Park has increased despite the war being waged ...
Green economy will help fight climate change
New figures released today show that moving to a “green” global economy could not only protect the ...
Harris/Decima Poll: Swing Voters signal Opportunity for Government in Protecting Oceans’ Health
Pre-budget polling conducted on behalf of WWF-Canada by Bruce Anderson of Harris/Decima indicates ...
National Roundtable meeting provides opportunity to solve Canada’s Polar Bear crisis
Eight of the 13 Canadian polar bear subpopulations are either depleted or showing significant signs ...
WWF-Canada and the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources partner to fund research on species at risk
WWF-Canada and the Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR) today announced a new fund designed to ...
Environment Minister Prentice must act now to prevent over-hunting of polar bears
In a letter sent this week, WWF-Canada called on Environment Minister Jim Prentice to quickly take ...
WWF-Canada and Coca-Cola in Canada partner on freshwater conservation and climate protection
Announcement coincides with release of global conservation targets set by WWF and the Coca-Cola ...
WWF: Canadians using three times our share of global resources
2008 Living Planet report shows looming global ecological credit crunch
WWF Praises De Beers Commitment to Stay Out of Caribou Calving Areas in the NWT and Nunavut
Today in Yellowknife, marking the launch of its new book, Caribou and the North: ...
More Mammals Seeing Red
Marine mammals, such as the Narwhal and Irawaddy dolphin, and land mammals, such as tree kangaroos ...
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