WWF Canada Blog:
Climate

News, views and analysis from our team as we work to create solutions to conservation challenges facing our planet.


Featured image Monarch butterfly population recovering but still lowest in years
A recent survey shows a 69% increase in area occupied by monarch butterflies, but this is the second smallest area since 1993. WWF calls on leaders of Canada, Mexico, and the United States in the protection of monarch butterfly migration.


Earth Hour City Challenge Winner: Vancouver!
Congratulations Vancouver for being named Canada’s Earth Hour City Challenge capital for 2015!

Life in the Arctic as a walrus
The magnificent and mighty tusked walrus can be found around the Arctic. Let's learn more about this Arctic species and the threats they face.

Earth Hour City Challenge: Canadian finalists announced
Congratulations goes out to the three Canadian finalists for the 2015 Earth Hour City Challenge!

Workplace fun for National Sweater Day
Put on your wackiest sweater on February 5 and pledge your company’s participation in National Sweater Day! Lower your office thermostat by at least two degrees and get employees engaged in learning about energy conservation.