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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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One of Y2Y's co-founders discusses the large scale conservation needs to be at to preserve our Earth. | Postmedia News, Apr. 17, 2017
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Alberta grants globally significant protection to boreal forest
Y2Y celebrates the announcement of new protection for 1.36 million hectares of parkland in northeast Alberta creating the largest stretch of protected boreal forest on the planet.
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Y2Y conservation scientist Aerin Jacob was interviewed about how helpful it can be to learn wildlife snow-tracking. I CTV News Edmonton, Jan. 11, 2019
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Biologists: Survival of American Animals, Plants Needs a National Approach
U.S. scientists have issued a warning that current conservation efforts are insufficient to prevent widespread extinctions of plants and animals.
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Nááts’ihch’oh National Park Reserve officially joins Canada’s world-renowned family of national parks.
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Canada's dedication to our natural heritage to be celebrated
Y2Y applauds today’s Target 1 report release and says this signals a significant advancement in addressing the loss of Canada’s wildlife heritage and wildlands. 
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Y2Y staff on climate change and what it means for caribou. | National Post, Dec. 14, 2018
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Celebrating big news for Canadian conservation
Y2Y celebrates $1.3 billion committed to conservation in the 2018 Canadian federal budget.
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Changes to Park Act paves way for industry in BC Parks
Park Amendment Act could allow poorly-­defined industrial “research” to be conducted within B.C.'s provincial parks.
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