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Dr. Aerin Jacob discusses why animals need landscapes at large scales. | Rocky Mountain Outlook, May 4, 2017
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"The job for conservation biologists is to figure out what are the most important places to connect and protect," says Y2Y's Jodi Hilty.
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Protecting large intact landscapes crucial for addressing climate change, says IUCN report
New guidance launched today by IUCN urges the World Heritage Convention to better conserve wilderness areas and large landscapes.
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Bees are badass
How bees and other pollinators are helping wildlife – and us – thrive and survive.
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“The management process should result in a fully protected Castle,” says Y2Y's Stephen Legault.
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To meet one of its most critical conservation targets by 2020, Canada must protect a massive amount of land — roughly the size of Alberta — over the next year and a half. Hear more from Y2Y's Aerin Jacob. | The Narwal, Oct. 15, 2018
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Y2Y staffers and scientists have been working to help discover new species in the Canadian Rockies. | CBC Quirks & Quarks, Oct. 19, 2018
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Addressing B.C.'s species an urgent matter, experts say
New report urges the provincial government to take new approach to endangered species law.
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New project an effort to understand how the timing of winter coat shedding in mountain goats relates to climate change. | MountainFM, Aug. 8, 2018
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With limited funds for conservation, researchers spar over which species to save — and which to let go. | Science, Sept. 6, 2018
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