About 70% of Indigenous communities live in forested regions in Canada, but have been historically underrepresented in the forestry sector. Luckily, this is changing fast and Indigenous Peoples and groups are increasingly playing a bigger role in the management of rehabilitation of Canada’s forests.
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.
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.
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.