Get your workplace working for wildlife.
Think about Canada and chances are good you’ll think about wilderness and wildlife. Polar bears in the Arctic. Loons on a northern lake. Whales in our coastal waters. Truth is — as WWF’s Living Planet Report Canada reveals — nearly 50 per cent of monitored Canadian species are declining. And the biggest reason is human activity.
The good news? We’ve seen the difference that organizations like yours can make. Over the years, volunteers have collected more than a million kilograms of litter through WWF-Canada’s Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup, protecting seabirds, turtles, whales and other aquatic species. Meanwhile, employees have helped raise millions of dollars to support conservation efforts through our annual CN Tower Climb for Nature.
With your help, we can drive meaningful change for the species that call Canada home.
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Explore our Conservation Campaigns Resources
CN Tower Climb for Nature
Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup
5 WAYS TO TAKE ACTION
- Organize a Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup with your colleagues to keep plastics and other waste out of our waterways.
- Join the #LessSalty movement and partner with WWF-Canada to reduce the effects of road salt on our environment.
- Organize a native species planting campaign with employees to help native bees and other pollinators that promote biodiversity.
- Sign up a team for WWF’s CN Tower Climb for nature to raise critical funds that will help WWF-Canada advance conservation efforts that support resilient ecosystems across the country.
- Learn how WWF-Canada is working with businesses in transformational ways to help combat biodiversity loss across Canada.