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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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What we save by saving energy
In this mini blog series over the next few weeks, we’ll look at how energy conservation would improve our lives, our communities, and our future. And, most importantly, what it will take to put them in action.

As the world searches for solutions on climate change, Canada cheers inaction
Canada’s reputation and global standing on climate change took another blow today, as the United Nations conference on climate change continues in Warsaw amid daunting new evidence and urgency.

Typhoon Haiyan
All over the news, we are hearing about the devastation in the Philippines in the wake of Super Typhoon Haiyan

Scientists are certain. Okay Canada, now what?
Tomorrow the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's Fifth Assessment Report will be released to the public. Josh Laughren, WWF Director, Climate & Energy Program, weighs in on the anticipated results, confirming that humans are causing climate change.

Superstorms: The future is up to us
Toronto and Calgary storms remind us that we're not immune to the effects of climate change. WWF-Canada's Climate & Energy Director Josh Laughren discusses.