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Entries for January 2022

Climate Researchers on the Most Hopeful Things They’ve Seen Yet

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Climate Researchers on the Most Hopeful Things They’ve Seen Yet
(January 20, 2022)   -   WCS'  Director of Coral Reef Conservation Emily Darling gives us her reasons on having hope in the face of climate change.

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No mining in wetlands, says conservation group as feedback ends for Yukon's draft wetland policy

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 No mining in wetlands, says conservation group as feedback ends for Yukon's draft wetland policy
(January 20, 2022)   -   Conservation Zoologist Don Reid explains the importance of wetlands to Yukoners and WCS Canada's position on Yukon's draft plan for wetlands.

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Watch: COP26 | The essential carbon service provided by northern peatlands and the Hudson Bay Lowlands

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Watch: COP26 | The essential carbon service provided by northern peatlands and the Hudson Bay Lowlands
(January 04, 2022)   -   We can do something about climate change, starting with protecting the gigantic carbon storehouses across Canada’s north: peatlands. We explained what is at stake at the COP26  Global Peatland Pavillion in Glasglow. 

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