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Getting personal: why the head of RSA Canada is committed to conservation
As a father, Martin Thompson wants his three young children to inherit a healthy planet. As the president and CEO of RSA Canada — one of the country’s largest insurance companies — he also has compelling bottom-line reasons to support sustainability.

New tool prevents conflict between wildlife and renewable energy. Here’s how
For the first time in Canada, renewable resource potential and conservation concerns assessed side by side.

Salmon: an iconic species under threat
Salmon have huge cultural and economic significance to Canadians, yet our country’s salmon populations are in trouble. Here are some of the biggest threats facing salmon and what WWF-Canada is doing to help.

Renewable energy powers up in Nunavut
New findings from WWF show feasibility of solar and wind energy in Canada’s Arctic

Dramatic changes to our freshwater concerns, study finds
Canadians now rank climate change as the biggest threat to freshwater supply for the first time, 2016 RBC Canadian Water Attitudes study finds