As the world transitions to a low carbon economy and adapts to climate change, the value of our nation’s landscapes is immeasurable to Canadians and to the world. We bring expertise, partners and resources to support the design of innovative solutions that ensure Canada retains its natural capital.
Our solutions find value for industries, as we work with corporate partners to help build sustainable models for doing business. Our solutions support local, Indigenous-led enterprise, bringing jobs and other opportunities into communities. And our solutions unite partners in driving positive change.
“Our experience is that TNC Canada has shown up, persevered, and helped to find solutions. Their leaders recognize the need to maintain a working landscape in balance with conservation objectives.”
— Bob Fleet, Vice President of Environment and Forestry, Tolko Industries Ltd.
Over the last 10 years, First Nations communities in the Great Bear Rainforest have created 45 new businesses and 767 new, permanent jobs.
Joining our team from the Ahousaht Nation, Tyson has worked for years to integrate conservation and economic development.
Chief Lewis George reflects on a new Ahousaht vision for Clayoquot Sound in the Globe and Mail.
Our global CEO Mark Tercek reveals the science behind building a sustainable future.
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.
From Africa to Canada, innovative conservation financing solutions are making a world of difference.
Enjoy this personal essay from a place where the land is the people and the people are the land.