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LIVING PLANET @ WORK ACTIONS

Take workplace action and help the planet.

Make an Impact with Your Workplace

Strengthen sustainability at work and engage employees on conservation in Canada. Get started by exploring the different workplace actions you can take within six impact areas.

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CN Tower Climb Fundraising Guide

CN Tower Climb Fundraising Guide

Participating in the CN Tower Climb with your company this year? Here are six ideas to have some fun with your team and help you meet your climb fundraising goals. Thank you for giving back to nature!
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Corporate Donation Matching Tool

Corporate Donation Matching Tool

Many companies match their employees’ charitable donations, effectively doubling your gift at no cost to you. Find out if your company offers matches for your donations to double your impact.
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Five Communication Tips

Five Communication Tips

The key to running a successful employee engagement campaign is good communication. This resource outlines five tips to help you make the most out of your workplace challenge activities.
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General Volunteer Opportunities

General Volunteer Opportunities

The support of our volunteers is vital to our organization’s success. When you volunteer for WWF-Canada, you are becoming a part of a movement that’s addressing conservation in Canada. Every instance of your donated time and skill will add up and allow us to administer projects that might otherwise have to be shelved.
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Host a Shoreline Cleanup

Host a Shoreline Cleanup

Whether deliberately dumped or accidentally dropped, litter can have devastating consequences for wildlife. Many animals mistake litter for food or become entangled in ropes, strings and nets. Litter can transport invasive species or introduce dangerous toxins into ecosystems. Plastic litter can degrade into tiny invisible pieces called microplastics that are impossible to pick up but have dramatic impacts on wildlife.
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Host a Virtual Our Planet: Our Business Screening

Host a Virtual Our Planet: Our Business Screening

We need your help to mobilize the private sector to reverse the loss of nature. Take the first step by hosting a virtual lunch and learn, screening this special Our Planet: Our Business film at your workplace. In this 40-minute special film, learn more about what businesses can do to help create a new deal for nature and for people. Download our how-to guide on this page for instructions on how to organize a screening at your workplace.
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Host a Workplace Fundraiser

Host a Workplace Fundraiser

Turn your own passion into positive change for the planet by organizing a fundraiser for your workplace.
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Participate in Earth Hour

Participate in Earth Hour

The Living Planet Report Canada 2017 found that half of monitored vertebrate species in this country are declining, and of those, the decline is 83 per cent. The causes? Habitat loss, pollution, unsustainable harvest, invasive species and climate change.
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Sustainable Development Goals

Your Impact Toward the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals

The sustainable development goals (SDGs) offer a framework of 17 global goals that need to be met by 2030 in order to collectively achieve a sustainable, equitable and just future for us all. Each Living Planet at work action will feature one or more of these icons indicating which of the SDGs the action relates to. Keep an eye out for these icons to know how your actions can ladder up to bigger change. You can learn more about the 17 Sustainable Development Goals here.