We’ve put together a few examples to get you thinking big and small about how important forests are for wildlife, and what wildlife offers forests in return.
Canadians waste a lot of food, and that’s a big problem. Find out how we’re encouraging kids across Canada to become Food Waste Warriors with a little help from Chef Michael Smith.
Did you know that two-thirds of wildlife in Canada depend on healthy forests for survival? Learn more about the amazing contributions forests make to our lives – and enter the Living Forests Photo Contest for a chance to win cool prizes!
This year, with the help of our partners GREMM and Ocean Wise, we’re turning our attention to Quebec to figure out how shipping traffic and other underwater noise are impacting belugas.
PRESS RELEASE: FPAC and Earth Rangers Announce Living Forests Initiative
Many urban areas are taking unique steps to mitigate and adapt to climate change. Take a look at how Halifax, Toronto and Edmonton are addressing climate challenges in different ways.
With the investment of $1.3 billion over five years going towards the Target 1 initiative, Canada is moving closer to achieving its conservation goals for 2020.
Congrats to the winners of the Winter 2017 Battery Blitz Mission Contest and a big thank-you to everyone who has completed this Mission!
We’ve chosen five examples of new and existing parks that are giving us a natural leg up on one of the biggest challenges of our time: climate change.
To help raise awareness about the important role parks and protected areas play in climate resilience, we’ve launched Just One Tree, a new Mission that gives kids an opportunity to learn about how biodiversity is impacted and what they can do about it.
This October, we launched Flip the Switch, a brand new Earth Rangers Mission that gets families involved in fighting one of the biggest threats facing our planet today: climate change.
Just as our members start out on another Earth Rangers Battery Blitz Mission, we’re eyeing an important date: Sunday, November 5th – the end of Daylight Saving Time!
Birds play a vital role in keeping forests healthy through their roles as seed dispersers, pollinators, and pest control. Likewise, Canada’s forests provide important breeding and nesting habitat for bird species.
Forests are a crucial part of Canada’s natural heritage, wilderness areas and economy, but perhaps most importantly, Canadian forests have a major role to play in climate change.
As a way of giving back and in celebration of Canada 150, Earth Rangers and FPAC are supporting research to help determine the best management practices for moose.