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We're the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society. Our vision is that Canada will protect at least half of our public land and water.
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Steven Nitah Jun 24
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This month every dollar donated to CPAWS through increases our chances to win $10,000. Help us protect Canada's natural heritage, so big beautiful guys like him always have a home. Give today: 🌿🐻♥️
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Mike Hudema Jun 23
These countries are planting millions of trees to combat change and stop deforestation. We have solutions to the crisis. Let's speed up and implement them.
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Youth4Nature Jun 24
One of the strongest climate solutions may be stopping something: In this paper, scientists found that avoiding deforestation offers 7-9 times as much carbon reduction as planting trees! 🌲🌳 Save our trees, save ourselves.
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CPAWS Jun 24
What a remarkable legacy artist Brian Burke and the children of the Wabana Boys & Girls Club have crafted out of single-use plastic shopping bags to immortalize the heritage of Bell Island, Newfoundland!
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CPAWS Jun 24
Now if only all Canada's future scientists, business leaders, and politicians would start out as environmentalists like these incredible folks, then we'd be in fine form! 👏👏👏
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PrincipalWCHS Jun 22
CONGRATULATIONS to our Enviro Club! They won the CPAWS' 2019 Gareth Thomson Award! For going above and beyond to educate themselves and their school about how to reduce our carbon footprint.
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CPAWS Jun 24
So this is basically PERFECT
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CPAWS Jun 24
We love this!! So great to see CPAWSers connecting amid their travels, talking conservation and exploring the land.
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CPAWS Jun 22
Our biggest fans this week: CPAWSnovascotia, softgrasswalker, cpawssab. Thank you! via
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CPAWS Jun 19
We may lose sight of them as they float into the air but they don't stay there forever. 🎈 Balloons pose a serious to and marine animals. Many species commonly mistake deflated balloons as food and/or become tangled in strings.
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CPAWS-Saskatchewan Jun 18
Canada has declared a national , and it's time to act! We know that nature-based solutions are part of the answer. You can support our work, like what we're doing in the , by making a donation:
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Valerie Courtois Jun 17
Sustainble economy flourishing in Haida Gwaii and Great Bear Rainforest thanks to First Nations investments
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CPAWS BC Jun 18
Join in the movement to ! Send a letter to asking the BC government to deny the application to start exploration and instead give the Donut Hole the lasting protection it deserves.
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CPAWS Jun 18
Now that Canada has declared a national emergency, the imperative to act is clear! We know that nature-based solutions are part of the answer. You can support our work, like what we're doing in , by making a donation:
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Rachel Aiello Jun 17
BREAKING: The House of Commons has just passed a motion declaring that Canada is experiencing a climate change emergency. It passed with support from the Liberals, NDP, Greens, and Bloc. Conservatives and Bernier voted against.
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CPAWS Jun 17
: the federal government just voted in favour of declaring a national climate emergency!
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CPAWS Jun 17
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Take courage, dear heart, we're fighting for your future. ♥️🌿
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CPAWS Jun 17
Our friend and photographer Peter Mather, got a little more than he bargained for when he set out with filmmaker Marty O’Brien to capture the great of the Porcupine herd...
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CPAWS Jun 17
It's a little slice of wild wonder in the middle of a metropolis and a definite must-do for all Torontonians! Thanks for sharing your pics 📸👍♥️
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