We are guided by our vision to conserve landscapes at an unprecedented scale—for the benefit of people, wildlife, and our climate. Transforming how land is developed, used and conserved has never been more urgent, not just in Canada but at a global scale. As populations increase, a doubling of demand for food, fiber and fuel will weigh upon our forests, oceans, freshwater systems and wetlands.
In Canada, our conservation opportunities are great. That’s why TNC Canada is doing more to protect critically important habitats, to transform how we use working lands, and to inspire better land-use practices in geographies that are still ecologically productive and facing development challenges.
As a dual citizen, TNC Canada's Jessie works across teams and borders to keep forests intact.
Chief Lewis George reflects on a new Ahousaht vision for Clayoquot Sound in the Globe and Mail.
Working across borders achieved a historic win for nature as the Canadian and U.S. governments approve Plan 2014 for the St. Lawrence River and Lake Ontario.
A powerful story about Indigenous authority in Great Bear and how TNC Canada is supporting it.
By Michael Reid, Community Conservation Coordinator
What happens when you bring together people across a 100-million-acre rainforest? Sharing campfire lessons that could lead to new ways of sharing this landscape.
By Hadley Archer, Executive Director
We are celebrating the Great Bear Agreement for what it really is—a historic moment of leadership.
By Jenny Brown, Director of Conservation
"Eight years ago, I thought I was just going to Great Bear to lead a few planning sessions. But boy, was I wrong."
The dream of Thaidene Nene National Park Reserve is a step closer to reality. Government and the Lutsel K'e Dene First Nation have agreed on proposed boundaries.