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Tag: WWF

Coca-Cola Canada Partners with WWF-C on Water Projects

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Projects to uncover lost rivers, reclaim a golf course, and undo damage caused by old industrial logging practices are the inaugural recipients of the...

Loblaw Water Funds Supports Water and Habitat-Restoration Projects

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Swaying public opinion on the value of beavers in rural Alberta may sound like a tall task, but Cows and Fish—as the Alberta Riparian Habitat Management Society is...

Local Groups and WWF-Canada Monitor Fresh Water

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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...

What’s Your Risk?

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Water availability is one of the most underestimated and critical issues for companies in all business sectors—and in all countries. Recognizing this, the World...

AWS Drafts an International Standard for Stewardship

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On April 26, the Alliance for Water Stewardship (AWS) and World Wildlife Fund (WWF) held a consultation session in Toronto to discuss the first...

Rising Tensions

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Named Deh Cho, or “big river,” by the Dene people, the Mackenzie River is one of the world’s few remaining large, free-flowing rivers, and...

WWF Releases Rivers at Risk Report

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Our friends over at WWF-Canada have released a new report, Canada's Rivers at Risk: Environmental Flows and Canada's Freshwater Future (pdf here). The report...

Global Water Roundtable Created: Stockholm

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A new initiative launched during World Water Week in Stockholm will establish global standards for water stewardship, with the goal of addressing the global...

WWF: Canadians Using Three Times Share of Global Resources

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Human demands on the world's resources have reached nearly a third more than planet can sustain, according to the latest edition of WWF's Living...

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