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Catherine Grenier

Catherine Grenier is president and CEO with the Nature Conservancy of Canada.

Time to get to work on Canada’s commitments to protect nature

Opinion | BY CATHERINE GRENIER | February 13, 2023
Just last month, as a result of the Nature Conservancy of Canada's efforts to broker and fund an agreement between NCC, Interfor, and the province of British Columbia, 75,000 hectares of rare inland temperate rainforest in the Incomappleux Valley has been protected, writes Catherine Grenier.
Opinion | BY CATHERINE GRENIER | February 13, 2023
Opinion | BY CATHERINE GRENIER | February 13, 2023
Just last month, as a result of the Nature Conservancy of Canada's efforts to broker and fund an agreement between NCC, Interfor, and the province of British Columbia, 75,000 hectares of rare inland temperate rainforest in the Incomappleux Valley has been protected, writes Catherine Grenier.
Opinion | BY CATHERINE GRENIER | April 22, 2022
Boreal Wildland’s forests and deep peatlands store carbon equivalent to the average lifetime emissions of three million cars, writes Catherine Grenier. Photograph courtesy of the Nature Conservancy of Canada
Opinion | BY CATHERINE GRENIER | April 22, 2022
Opinion | BY CATHERINE GRENIER | April 22, 2022
Boreal Wildland’s forests and deep peatlands store carbon equivalent to the average lifetime emissions of three million cars, writes Catherine Grenier. Photograph courtesy of the Nature Conservancy of Canada
Opinion | BY CATHERINE GRENIER | September 27, 2021
The giving trees: Canada is home to nine per cent of the planet’s forests. Consider the work that trees do every day to keep us safe and healthy: they continuously give, writes Catherine Grenier. Photograph courtesy of the Nature Conservancy of Canada
Opinion | BY CATHERINE GRENIER | September 27, 2021
Opinion | BY CATHERINE GRENIER | September 27, 2021
The giving trees: Canada is home to nine per cent of the planet’s forests. Consider the work that trees do every day to keep us safe and healthy: they continuously give, writes Catherine Grenier. Photograph courtesy of the Nature Conservancy of Canada