Bridging the language gap

Bridging the language gap

It’s hard to stump a DUC biologist when it comes to identifying waterfowl, but a group of Inuvialuit came close.

Finding common ground

Finding common ground

Blending science with traditional knowledge to map 77 million acres of wetlands, for the future for northern communities…and conservation.

Extreme camping

Extreme camping

Each spring, researcher Ryan Connon travels from suburban Ontario to a secluded region in N.W.T. to better understand how climate change will impact northern hydrology, including wetlands.

Where the water flows

Where the water flows

A community in the northwest territories looks to its ancestral teachings to guide the conservation path forward

The side-effects of stress

The side-effects of stress

Arctic researchers link stress experienced during moult to mortality

Migratory Connections

Migratory Connections

New data and migration maps help northern communities address waterfowl conservation concerns.

NWT residents link conservation to prosperity before heading to the polls

NWT residents link conservation to prosperity before heading to the polls

Poll shows that two thirds want at least half of the land and water protected.

NWT Residents See Environmental Protection as Key to Jobs and Prosperity: Poll

NWT Residents See Environmental Protection as Key to Jobs and Prosperity: Poll

Nearly two thirds want at least half of NWT lands and waters protected

Thaidene Nëné National Park Reserve

Thaidene Nëné National Park Reserve

A step forward for the Dene community of Łutsel K’e to see its conservation vision materialize.