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Nature Needs Half is a global movement that consists of network of international partners working to protect nature at the scale she needs around the world. The WILD Foundation is proud to steward this movement in partnership with a larger steering committee, and serves as its coordinating hub. Please contact the WILD Foundation for more information.

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Conservation Atlas

Supporting the protection of wild lands and biodiversity by expanding the public’s awareness of conservation efforts around the world.

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The Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative

Connecting and protecting habitat from Yellowstone to Yukon so people and nature can thrive.

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CoalitionWILD

Harnessing the power of collaboration to overcome isolation and discouragement and inspire and sustain youth conservation projects.

Mongolia
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The Center for Large Landscape Conservation

Working in partnership with local people and communities, large landscape conservation connects working lands, urban areas, and wild lands into whole, healthy landscapes that allow nature to flourish.

Canada
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Canadian Parks & Wilderness Society

Keeping at least half of Canada's public land and water wild — forever. We focus on protecting large, connected areas of Canada's wilderness.

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ECA

A pioneer in strategic planning and communications on environmental issues.

Region
Canada

40

Ecoregions

07

Partners

9.5

% Protected

Canada's 40 ecoregions retain substantial swaths of intact and healthy nature, placing many of its landscapes in the Nature Could Reach Half category. Still less than 10% of terrestrial and...

Canada
Canada commits historic $1.3 billion to create new protected areas

Banff bison to roam free this summer in park for first time in more than a century

Canada
People, not roads, bug grizzly bears the most: Alberta Study

Canada
Ottawa to order ships to give right whales a 100-metre buffer zone in Gulf

Canada
Annual Highway 1A closure to protect wildlife near Banff starts March 1

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