WWF-Canada Blog:
Freshwater


Featured image Get your butts off the beach
Cigarette butts, among other plastic pollution, are the most common type of litter found on Canadian shores according to the 2018 Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup annual report.


Salt in the city: we need less of it
Our freshwater ecosystems are becoming too salty due to excessive road salt. A recent collaboration with WWF-Canada and Ryerson proves that solutions that balance public safety and environmental health are possible.

Meet the wild river guardians
Bugs hold the secrets to Canada’s water health. The Dane Nan Yḗ Dāh Guardians, with support from WWF-Canada and Living Lakes Canada, are working to catch them

Four things Canada can do to stop wildlife loss
A new international report shows that global wildlife has declined by 60 per cent. You can help turn this around

Old Christmas trees give new life to Credit River
With help from a Loblaw Water Fund grant and donated Christmas trees, Credit Valley Conservation is bringing back brook trout.