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Rebecca Dolson
Rebecca Dolson
Rebecca joined WWF-Canada in 2015 as the Freshwater team’s Specialist on Freshwater Policy. She holds a Master’s of Science specializing in aquatic ecology and a BSc in Marine and Freshwater Biology, both from the University of Guelph. Rebecca brings to WWF a background in fisheries management, watershed planning, and data and information management. In her current role Rebecca is responsible for developing WWF’s policy position on issues related to fresh water management and environmental flows, and managing the implementation of projects in the Great Lakes basin. 

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Unseen threat in our waters, and what you can do about it this Earth Day
Join one of the Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanups organized across the country for Earth Day this Friday and over the weekend to collect and properly dispose of plastic and other waste.

St. Lawrence added to endangered rivers list. Here’s why
Plan to rehabilitate the river needs to be adopted by Canada and the United States

The rules are set; now WWF-Canada is looking forward to action on Lake Erie phosphorous
Now that the United States and Canada have agreed to binational targets to reduce phosphorous loading into Lake Erie, the next phase of the work is set to begin for cleaner, healthier Lake Erie

BC salmon facing hotter, drier rivers
British Columbians are facing increased water restrictions as abnormally hot and dry weather continues across the province. But people aren’t the only ones impacted by these uncomfortable conditions: salmon in the Columbia and Fraser rivers are also bearing the brunt of the blistering climate.

Ontario Signs Agreement with Ohio and Michigan to Improve Lake Erie Water Quality
Ontario and the states of Ohio and Michigan have reached an agreement to reduce the amount of phosphorous entering the Western Basin of Lake Erie by 40 per cent.