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Huffington Post story identifies Y2Y as an effective way to conserve carnivores across borders using leading science, especially in the face of varying government regulation.
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Preserve Our Watersheds: From Alberta Headwaters to the Ocean
New video from Y2Y and partners features the Bow River watershed, and the many land-use pressures it faces.
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Protect the Peel Watershed
The Yukon's Peel Watershed is home to the greatest constellation of wild mountain rivers in North America.
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Wildlife Watchers
Hells Canyon Preservation Council guest blog, by HCPC restoration director Brian Kelly.
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Educating Decision Makers in Washington, D.C.
In collaboration with Wildlands Network and Center for Large Landscape Conservation, Y2Y engages Susan A. Holmes as our new U.S. connectivity policy coordinator.
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Thomas Berger Defends the Peel Watershed
Respected lawyer argued that the detailed land-use planning process legislated through Yukon land claims agreements was not followed by government.
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Not Quite What the Conservationists Ordered
Southern Alberta's final land-use plan, which will guide planning for the next 50 years, was a disappointment for Y2Y and other conservation groups.
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Protecting Alberta’s Headwaters
As the South Saskatchewan Regional Plan enters the home stretch, here's what you can still do to influence a plan that works.
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Momentum in the Flathead Valley
The American side of the trans-boundary Flathead watershed is only one step away from being permanently protected from future oil and gas leasing.
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Regional land use frameworks are being created across the province to resolve conflicts over land, but are these plans creating a real process to ensure balance in land development? Y2Y's Wendy Francis discusses with Bev Yee, Land Use Secretariat.
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