In the face of the dire findings in the Global Assessment Report on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services, the examples of Indigenous communities working to protect their lands—including across Canada’s Boreal Forest—provide a bright beacon of hope for the future.Read More
Within Canada’s borders are some of the world’s most significant biodiversity features and carbon storage banks. By demonstrating how to protect and maintain those globally important natural assets in partnership with Indigenous Peoples, Canada can offer hope and inspiration to the world. The Nature Champions Summit will be the perfect place to begin turning that inspiration into on-the-ground solutions.Read More
There is big news for us humans today. That’s because the Canadian government released a new budget that will do good things for the natural world that we, and all animals and plants, rely on for survival.
Bright yellow and slate blue Canada warblers have been flying out of the boreal forest in the past few months heading south for the winter.Read More