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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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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 comments on a recent study showing cimate change could lead to a shortage of a critical seasonal grizzly bear food in the Rocky Mountains in in the next 60 years in the months before hibernation. | Rocky Mountain Outlook, Apr. 18, 2019
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A newly published study highlights the importance of wildlife corridors for helping species survive the double threat of habitat loss and climate change in mountainous areas and issues an urgent call for more research.
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Y2Y is featured in this article about the importance of reconnecting public lands in an age of climate change. I The Conversation, Jan. 15, 2019
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Y2Y comments on an announcement from UCP government plans to scrap a proposal by the NDP to protect 4,000 square kilometres of land – Bighorn Country in the eastern slopes. | Rocky Mountain Outlook, May 9, 2019
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You’re developing young naturalists: Helping kids get involved in their landscape
This summer, your contributions enabled us to partner with Idaho Fish and Game and Selkirk Outdoor Leadership and Education to let kids experience nature at two field workshops in north Idaho.
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