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Site C Dam What: Hot Projects

Site C Dam

Y2Y is working with partner organizations to stop the $8.75-billion Site C dam on British Columbia’s Peace River.

Protect the Peel What: Hot Projects

Protect the Peel

Working with partners, Y2Y aims to protect 80 per cent of the Peel Watershed and secure this critical core habitat.

Alberta Headwaters Alberta Headwaters

Alberta Headwaters

Y2Y is working to ensure greater protection for Alberta’s headwaters.

Locke earns spot on national environmental expert panel Y2Y in the News

Locke earns spot on national environmental expert panel

Harvey Locke has been named a panelist on the newly created national panel to advise Canada’s biodiversity conservation initiative.

Protecting large landscapes crucial for addressing climate change, says IUCN Media Releases

Protecting large landscapes crucial for addressing climate change, says IUCN

New guidance launched today by IUCN urges the World Heritage Convention to better conserve wilderness areas and large landscapes.

Discover Idaho's backcountry wildlife General News

Discover Idaho's backcountry wildlife

Go behind the scenes with Y2Y's Lacy Robinson to find out why we set up wildlife cameras in Idaho's backcountry.

Albertans encouraged to love their headwaters Media Releases

Albertans encouraged to love their headwaters

Along with CPAWS, Y2Y has launched a new website educating Albertans on why provincial headwaters need protection.

Researchers develop new method to monitor grizzlies Y2Y in the News

Researchers develop new method to monitor grizzlies

Wildlife experts have developed a new method to track the number of grizzly bears in Banff, Kootenay and Yoho national parks.

Grizzly bear delisting in Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem Media Releases

Grizzly bear delisting in Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem

Y2Y reiterates its position focused on connecting and protecting habitat throughout the Yellowstone to Yukon region.