Posts tagged Manitoba
New Study: Brighter Future for Birds Is Within Reach

These are real solutions to averting the worst possible future outlined in the Audubon study for birds and, by extension, for us humans: we breathe the same air, drink the same water, and endure the same temperatures as the birds.

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Birds in Steep Decline but Hope Remains

The region where billions of North America’s birds are born remains largely healthy and intact. Every year, 3 to 5 billion birds emerge from Canada’s Boreal Forest. We still have a chance to protect these nesting grounds on a grand scale and give species the best chance of surviving into the future.

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New IPCC Report & Indigenous-led Conservation in the Boreal

It is exciting to see that in Canada’s Boreal Forest region, Indigenous governments are already working hard to do their part to conserve the land and its carbon stores—a vital part of slowing the impacts of climate change as described by the authors of this new IPCC report.

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Top 5 Breakthroughs in Protecting the Boreal Forest in 2018

The effort to conserve the world’s largest intact forest gained new ground this year. Progress stretching from the Northwest Territories to Ottawa helped ensure Canada’s Boreal Forest will continue to sustain animals and plants, clean waters and communities for years to come.

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Ministers’ Meeting Builds Momentum on Conservation, Indigenous Peoples Ready to Partner

Provinces and territories are focused on creating new parks and protected areas, and Indigenous Nations across the country are too. From the Sahtu in the Northwest Territories to the Misipawistik Cree Nation in Manitoba, First Nations are moving forward on conservation.

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