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Research and technology won’t feed starving southern resident orcas

Opinion|By Megan Leslie
We look forward to announcements of immediate actions to protect both southern resident orcas and chinook salmon, without which these killer whales won’t survive.
Opinion|By Megan Leslie
WWF-Canada and four other conservation organizations are calling on the federal government to use the tools available to it in the Species at Risk Act and enact an emergency order to provide immediate protections for southern resident orcas.
Opinion|By Megan Leslie
With only three years remaining to meet our international commitment and a wildlife-loss crisis underway in Canada as it is around the world, it is past time for the federal government to make a significant funding commitment to expand Canada’s protected areas network. But to truly conquer the decline of wildlife, we need more than a cash infusion. We need to revolutionize our approach to conservation.
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