Tag: World Wildlife Fund Canada

Researchers Partner with Indigenous Communities to Monitor River Health

A project that integrates Indigenous knowledge and a technology developed by researchers at the University of Guelph is helping to assess the health of...

New Multi-Million-Dollar Partnership to Improve Freshwater Monitoring

The power of environmental DNA (eDNA) technology is being extended to community groups across Canada to allow for faster creation of more robust freshwater...

Local Water Conservation Projects Receive Federal Support

Yesterday, the federal government announced support for 58 EcoAction Community Funding Programs to help support local action on climate change and water conservation. Announced by...

Top 5 Water Science Stories 2017

1. National watershed assessment We rejoice when water is prominent in the mainstream media. When WWF-Canada released the first-ever national assessment of Canada’s freshwater underscoring...

Megan Leslie Replaces David Miller at WWF-C

Megan Leslie, former parliamentarian and current VP of ocean conservation for World Wildlife Fund Canada, has accepted the role of president and CEO of the conservation...

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