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Pew Environment Jul 17
News from the north: First Nations’ ancestral homeland of boreal forest and freshwater wetlands designated as culturally and naturally significant by .
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NRDC 🌎 Jul 14
"The boreal, one of the world’s largest carbon sinks, is in danger. By working to save it, Canada could make a quantum leap, culturally and environmentally." - president, forest:
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NRDC 🌎 14 Apr 18
Logging, oil, gas, and mining companies are threatening the planet’s largest remaining intact old-growth forest — which keeps more than 300 billion tons of carbon stored away in its soil and trees. Join the fight to .
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NRDC 🌎 9 Apr 18
Replying to @NRDC
As many of Canada’s indigenous communities lead the fight to protect the boreal forest and their traditional ways of life, learn what’s at stake, not just for them, but the entire planet.
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NRDC 🌎 9 Apr 18
As Chief Happyjack explains, “the way of life still connects us very strongly to the land." Yet their territory has been significantly degraded by logging and other development. More from ’s and Anthony Swift:
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NRDC 🌎 Jul 25
Replying to @JustinTrudeau
Tell Prime Minister to act to through Indigenous-led land-use plans and enacting meaningful protections for boreal caribou habitat. Here's how:
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NRDC 🌎 Oct 8
In fighting to , we’re supporting the indigenous communities who have known this great forest as their ancestral land for thousands of years. ’s and explain.
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NRDC 🌎 21 Feb 18
Quebec is prioritizing logging at the expense of Indigenous Peoples, species, and climate commitments. Quebec needs to take action and protect the Broadback River watershed, along with the communities and species that depend on it.
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Tim Lau Jul 25
Runaway logging in the boreal forest threatens Indigenous rights, wildlife, and the global climate. 's new report explains how Canada can embrace a healthier future and more responsible models of forest management.
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NRDC 🌎 May 1
Replying to @NRDC
This report needs to mark a turning point. Every day, more and more boreal caribou critical habitat is lost due to irresponsible, rampant industrial development. Canada needs to .
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IDDPNQL - FNQLSDI 11 Apr 18
Just do as Leonardo Dicaprio and support the Cree of Waswanipi initiative to save the last remaining stretch of intact boreal forest on their ancestral land
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NRDC 🌎 Aug 5
Urge Canada to step up—the woodland caribou and the boreal forest need protection now.
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NRDC 🌎 Sep 6
The Canadian boreal forest is a critical tool in the fight against climate change. Act now to help us :
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NRDC 🌎 8 Jul 17
Canada's caribou need their boreal habitat protected—not to be put in a zoo.
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Tim Lau Jun 25
Canada's boreal forest is home to hundreds of First Nations and Indigenous peoples communities. It is also indispensable in helping us win the fight against climate change.
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The Pew Trusts Jul 14
Now protected: 7.2 million acres of boreal forest containing… • 5,600 freshwater lakes • 40 species of mammals • 220 species of birds Read why this place is so special.
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Bora Chang, MPH Jul 7
After spending an hour crawling up Gros Morne Mountain’s scree + snow on my hands + knees, I saw a baby caribou trotting directly toward me. Maybe it wanted to ask me something—like “can you work harder to save my habitat??” 😭💔
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Cristina Díaz Borda Oct 31
I am a woodland caribou, found in Canada's Boreal Forest
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James J. A. Blair 9 Apr 18
The and are fighting to protect the Broadback River Valley Forest. Learn about the last remaining stretch of intact boreal forest remaining on ancestral Waswanipi land:
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NRDC 🌎 13 Apr 16
Stop clear-cutting old growth forest. Reject & : via
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