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Josh Laughren
Josh Laughren
Director, Climate & Energy Program.
Joshua Laughren joined WWF-Canada in 1997 to lead the development of the Marine Program as a key conservation program for the organization. After nearly ten years as Marine Conservation Director, Josh took on the role of Director of Communications for the organization in 2006. He became the Climate and Energy Director in 2010. His proudest moments in conservation include helping establish some of Canada’s first marine protected areas on all three coasts and in the Great Lakes, and launching Earth Hour in Canada, which rallied 15 million Canadians to voice support for action on climate change.
Josh’s past experience includes environmental management and education, including as Education and Environmental Affairs manager for the CN Tower in Toronto
 
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Renewable is more than doable: it’s being done
It’s easy to feel defeated by the scope of climate change and its impacts, but good news about progress on solutions is all around us.

Finding the most efficient way to get from point A to B
Part three of the National Sweater Day blog series: Three practical Canadian solutions for saving energy and the climate.

10,157 stitches: a great day of sweaters and energy conservation
A big thank you to everyone who turned down the heat and put on a sweater for National Sweater Day!

If you build it smarter, they will come
Part two of the National Sweater Day blog series: Three practical Canadian solutions for saving energy and the climate.

Why “retro” is the craze that should sweep the nation
Part one of a National Sweater Day blog series: Three practical Canadian solutions for saving energy and the climate.