We work across Canada to achieve the greatest possible conservation outcomes in partnership with local people.
TNC Canada is reimagining conservation by aligning with our nation’s values of environment and sustainable development, reconciliation and global cooperation; by using innovative approaches; and by fostering partnerships to create enduring solutions for nature and people.
Our work is focused on four priority regions and is guided by five themes. We also uphold the values of our global organization, which operates in 72 countries around the world.
As part of Emerald Edge, covering the largest intact coastal temperate rainforest remaining on Earth, we're following through on the bold Great Bear Rainforest Agreement to support strong indigenous leadership and local resource management.
We're working in Canada's boreal to blend science, sustainable business practices and Indigenous sovereignty to address habitat protection and climate change.
As lands and waters north of the 60th parallel face mounting resource extraction proposals, we're supporting indigenous leadership in the Thaidene Nene "Land of the Ancestors" to establish protected areas and stregthen the role of local communities in resource management.
We're working to protect old growth forest in the majestic mosaic of forest, valleys, and islands within a crucial part of the Emerald Edge.
From forest to sea, we drive conservation at the greatest possible scale, irrespective of borders and designed to endure for the future of people and nature.
We embed sustainable growth into conservation strategies, creating value for industry and local economies.
We put Indigenous rights at the heart of conservation, creating new pathways for reconciliation and investing in leadership.
We bring unique value to conservation partnerships that complements the strengths of our allies and amplifies our collective impact.
As an affiliate of the world's largest conservation organization, we bring unprecedented global resources, innovation and investment to Canada.
In the Emerald Edge, the world's largest intact temperate rainforest unfurls along the coasts of Washington, British Columbia and Southeast Alaska.
Building on the historic Great Bear Rainforest Agreement, which set out to advance protection and human well-being across 19-million acres, TNC Canada is leveraging our global expertise to advance the most comprehensive marine management plan in the world.
Supporting Emerging Aboriginal Stewards (SEAS) Community Initiative is a partnership of TNC Canada, Indigenous communities and schools, and local environmental nonprofit organizations.
We respect the sacred connection that Indigenous peoples have to their traditional territories, which span 75 percent of the country.
The dream of the Thaidene Nene National Park Reserve is a step closer to reality.
All across Canada, caribou are disappearing. To better understand the situation, the Boreal Leadership Council, of which TNC Canada is a partner, undertook an inventory and analysis of various projects and programs being conducted across the region.