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Governments of Canada and Manitoba reach a conservation agreement on Boreal Caribou

| Environment and Climate Change Canada | news releases

The Government of Canada is committed to protecting and conserving nature and halting Canada’s biodiversity loss. The Boreal Caribou, famously depicted on Canada’s 25-cent coin, is an iconic species that plays a significant role in the culture and history of Indigenous peoples. However, Boreal Caribou are threatened, and their populations are in decline. Federal and provincial governments, Indigenous peoples, and other stakeholders must work together to ensure the species’ recovery and protection.

Canada continues investing to protect nature and freshwater in Ontario

| Environment and Climate Change Canada | news releases

Today, the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, the Honourable Steven Guilbeault, announced over $11.7 million to support the Ontario Land Trust Alliance to conserve wetlands, grasslands and forests that are currently under threat. Spanning much of the province, the projects will protect from conversion up to 6000 hectares.

Federal offset protocol: Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Refrigeration Systems

| Environment and Climate Change Canada | backgrounders

Canada’s Greenhouse Gas Offset Credit System provides an incentive to undertake projects in Canada that reduce greenhouse gases—either by preventing them from being emitted, or by removing them from the atmosphere—that go beyond legal requirements and business-as-usual practices, and that are not subject to carbon pollution pricing.

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