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Y2Y staff on climate change and what it means for caribou. | National Post, Dec. 14, 2018
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Y2Y was interviewed in an article about how First Nations communities are leading the effort to rescue the last remaining caribou herds from extinction. I The Atlantic, Dec. 17, 2018
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Y2Y's Dr. Jodi Hilty discusses the history and benefits of keeping wildlife connected from Yellowstone to Yukon. | The Ideas Network on Wisconsin Public Radio, Aug. 14, 2019
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Canmore conservationists applaud long-awaited corridor decision
Today Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative (Y2Y) congratulates the Alberta government on their decision to reject the Smith Creek wildlife corridor proposal put forward by Three Sisters Mountain Village and Quantum Place Developments.
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Discovery prompts Y2Y and others, including artist Robert Bateman, to renew call for government action on caribou crisis
Ottawa holds the key to southern mountain caribou survival: an emergency protection order issuable under the Species at Risk Act, should B.C. continue to stall on recovery actions.
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Large to small, you're helping to save them all
Your support is helping save one of our favorite tiny creatures, the pale jumping slug.
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Now hair's some good news: You're helping bears bounce back in a key Y2Y area
Thanks to the support of our donors, Y2Y — along with agency partners and other non-profits — works to help protect and connect habitat for grizzlies in the larger Cabinet-Purcell Mountain Corridor.
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