Monday, February 18, 2019

Tag: WWF-Canada

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...

Building Context Around Water Data

While data is a representation of reality, the stories we tell based on that data are products of interpretation. Practitioners often debate data collection...

Canada’s Marine Refuges Need an Upgrade, According to a New Study

A new report from SeaBlue Canada reveals that more than half of Canada’s marine refuges, a form of marine protected area in Canada, do...

Despite Concerns, Data Finds Pacific Coastal Basin in Good Overall Health

World Wildlife Fund Canada has released a new report on watershed health in the Pacific Coastal basin, finding the overall health of the basin...

Local Groups and WWF-Canada Monitor Fresh Water

At the November 1st session of the North American Lakes Management Society Symposium in Banff, Alberta, water scientists, environmental NGOs, and community organizations met to...

Interactive Map Fosters Understanding of Canada’s Oceans

A new interactive map launched this week brings together for the first time the fullest picture of how people and wildlife use Canada's oceans. The Oceans Map, created...

WWF-Canada Watershed Report Released

This week, WWF-Canada released the latest watershed report as part of a national health assessment of the country’s 25 major freshwater ecosystems and the...

Canada Water Week: What’s All the Fuss About?

Tim Morris launches our Canada Water Week series. Watch all week for more articles on events and organizations across Canada! Why am I so excited...

WWF Urges Government to Protect Athabasca

Today, WWF-Canada released Securing Environmental Flows in the Athabasca River, a report that urges government agencies to demonstrate their commitment to protecting Alberta’s lower...

Holiday News Roundup

Happy New Year! A brief news roundup following a two-week break: 1. Shortly after the Royal Society of Canada released its oil sands report and...

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