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Northern Lights; South shore of Lesser Slave Lake in Alberta, Canada
Aurora Borealis Northern Lights; South shore of Lesser Slave Lake in Alberta, Canada © Nelson Lutz/TNC Photo Contest 2019

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Learn more about our work across Canada and hear from our staff working on the ground to advance solutions for people and nature.

Past Events

  • Managing Canada’s Forests in a Changing Climate

    Dr. Ronnie Drever, lead scientist on the study Natural Climate Solutions for Canada, joined a panel discussion examining how Canada's forest management regime can support and enhance climate change mitigation and adaptation during NYC Climate Week. Watch Recording

  • A Conversation About Natural Climate Solutions

    Environmental journalist and Nature United Board of Directors member Aliya Jasmine spoke with Natural Climate Solutions program director about the importance of nature in the fight to tackle climate change. Watch Recording

  • Nature’s Potential to Tackle Climate

    Amanda Reed will provide the core presentation. This will be followed by contributions from Maria Strack and Susan Cook-Patton and their remarks will focus on the main takeaways from their research and specific examples (i.e. pathways) they studied. Watch Recording

  • How can Canadian Industries Lead on Natural Climate Solutions?

    In this panel, Nature United and corporate leaders have an in-depth look at the science and outline how to prioritize investments in Natural Climate Solutions that will have maximum benefit for people and nature. Watch Recording

  • How Thaidene Nëné Became a Reality

    Learn how Nature United helped the Łutsël K’é Dene First Nation protect the 6.5-million-acre Thaidene Nëné by providing strategic, financial and technical support for over a decade. Watch Recording

  • Emerging Leaders Webinar

    Hear from conservation leads Zahra Remtulla and Claire Hutton how Canada’s youth programs are evolving, how communities are responding to COVID-19 and what you can do to help. Watch Recording

British Columbia's 21-million-acre Great Bear Rainforest is the largest coastal temperate rainforest on Earth.
Humpback Whale British Columbia's 21-million-acre Great Bear Rainforest is the largest coastal temperate rainforest on Earth. © Jon McCormack

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United as Nature and People

Our vision is for a sustainable Canada where nature is the foundation of human well-being, prosperity and opportunity for future generations.