Restoring what’s been lost can be our gain
Returning valuable ecosystems like wetlands to the landscape can help bring biodiversity back.
Real science for real life
Advancing biodiversity conservation in Canada means advancing research.
Investigating the role of wetlands in climate change mitigation and adaptation
New research showcases the potential of wetlands as nature-based climate solutions
Youth lead the way for biodiversity in Canada
Influencers of the future, the thousands of Canadian youth who participate in DUC education programs are bringing new ideas, energy and perspectives to safeguard our country's biodiversity.
Indigenous knowledge will move the needle on biodiversity gains in Canada
Indigenous-led conservation braids traditional knowledge with science and technology to create environments where species can thrive.
Restoring tidal marsh and migration pathways for wildlife
FRESH news about imperilled ecosystems in the Fraser River Estuary
Let’s end the upward trend of invasive wildlife in Canada
Innovative partnerships to address invasive species and disease management reduce threats to biodiversity
DUC grazing clubs coordinator honoured for sustainable farming initiatives
Mike Thiele named to "Wall of Fame" by Manitoba Forage and Grassland Association
Sustainable food for thought: agriculture’s influence on biodiversity
There is not one perfect solution: Producing food will always have an impact. But minimizing that impact and striving for continuous improvement is central to a sustainable food system that supports biodiversity.
Conservation easements support soil health, bring back biodiversity
Landowner creates a natural "paradise" in Saskatchewan's Touchwood Hills.
Wildlife don’t recognize borders. Countries must commit to collaborative conservation to protect biodiversity
The concept of cross-border conservation is simple: countries that share natural resources should work together to manage them wisely.
Meet the COPs
A COP, or Conference of Parties, is the term for a meeting where parties to an international treaty gather to discuss current issues, propose resolutions and move key issues forward. Here's our primer on key international environmental treaties focused on conservation.
The Ramsar Convention
The Ramsar Convention allows for important wetlands to be designated Ramsar sites, which affords them additional recognition. We have helped conserve 22 of Canada’s 37 Ramsar sites.
The world’s biodiversity clock is ticking
There’s still time to save one million of the planet’s plants and animals from extinction and create natural habitats to support biodiversity.
Focus on biodiversity in Ontario
We’re working all the angles to support biodiversity in Ontario communities.
Biodiversity losses will continue without more action to protect wetlands
Highly sensitive to changes in the environment, their welfare has become an important indicator of the overall health of wetland ecosystems where they live and breed.