Keep an eye out for us in the Globe and Mail
The Globe and Mail
Starting on September 24, the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) will publish a series of five reports in the Globe and Mail. Each report discusses the many ways that NCC and our partners are working to conserve Canadian landscapes and to connect Canadians to nature.
Why forests matter (September 24, 2016)
TD Forests has resulted in the protection of 25 forested properties across Canada — a total of more than 40,000 acres (16,000 hectares) of important forested habitat.
Pick up your copy on newsstands, or read these stories and take our 360-degree challenge on our special Globe Connect Why Forests Matter microsite.
Conserve (November 4, 2016)
Learn more about the efforts to protect more than 8,625 square kilometres of frozen land in Lancaster Sound, and how this collaboration between NCC, Shell Canada, local communities and the Government of Canada represents an innovative approach to conservation.
Read about NCC's role on the national and international scale in an op-ed piece penned by NCC's chief conservation officer, Lisa McLaughlin. She also discusses what Canada's business leaders and conservationists can do to help ensure Canada meets its commitments under the Convention on International Biodiversity by 2020.
Connect (November 11, 2016)
Explore how our Conservation Volunteers are connecting Canadians to nature by caring for Canada's lands, and how the volunteer program helps everyone enjoy NCC's protected properties. We'll also discuss how we're connecting city dwellers to nature by bringing people out of the city and into nearby green spaces.
Students from John Norquay Public School, Nature Days Vancouver (Photo by HSBC Bank Canada)
Learn more about how our collaboration with HSBC Bank Canada is helping children learn more about nature and the environment.
Inspire (November 18, 2016)
Through our conservation internship program, NCC is helping foster the conservationists of tomorrow.
NCC President and CEO John Lounds writes about NCC's role in inspiring and enabling land trusts and NCC's campaign going forward.
Innovate (November 25, 2016)
Learn more about the innovations in technology that NCC is taking in the field and behind the scenes in order to better conserve lands and the species that inhabit them.