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Eric Mysak
Eric Mysak
Eric Mysak joined WWF-Canada in 2009 as an intern assisting in the production of a report entitled Canada’s Rivers at Risk. In his current role as freshwater conservation advisor he is responsible for managing the regional implementation of the Living Waters initiative in Quebec and other bilingual areas of the country, and developing WWF-Canada’s knowledge, expertise and profile on private sector engagement as it relates to the goals and strategies of the freshwater program. Eric also sits on the Alliance for Water Stewardship’s North American Coordinating Committee and is a member of WWF’s Sustainability @ Work committee.

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Meet the spineless bottom-dwellers key to water quality assessments
Benthic macro-invertebrates reveal a lot about the health of a freshwater system and play an important link in the aquatic food chain.

If climate change is a shark, water is its teeth. Here’s why.
Freshwater ecosystems are among the most vulnerable when it comes to the effects of climate change. Under current projections, most freshwater ecosystems globally will face ecologically significant impacts by the middle of this century.

Why the Great Lakes need a watershed moment
For everything that the Great Lakes watershed provides, it is unfortunately one of the most threatened watersheds in Canada. The next few years will be a critical time for action.

Lake Erie algal blooms: Scientists predict another bad year
Large portions of Lake Erie are being choked by harmful algal blooms.

Asian Carp found near Lake Ontario
Invasive species one of the biggest threats facing health of the Great Lakes watershed