Greening Winter: Green Infrastructure to Manage Snow, Ice and Melt
How can green stormwater infrastructure be designed and maintained for snow, ice & melt? Guest speakers shared insights at this first Fresh Ideas of 2019.
How Fort Nelson First Nation successfully challenged Nexen
In September 2015, the British Columbia government took back a water license it had granted to Nexen Inc in 2012 for shale gas fracking in the northeast of the province.
Watershed Reports: A National Assessment of Freshwater in Canada
WWF Canada presents the results of their national Watershed Reports—the first Canada-wide report on health of freshwater ecosystems and the threats they face.
Wetlands: From Science to Action video
Wetlands: From Science to Action
Wetlands are an essential part of aquatic ecosystems. They filter runoff, improving water quality, and absorb excess quantity. But not all wetlands are created the same.
How New Brunswick Got off the Frack Track
In 2014, the province of New Brunswick issued a moratorium on hydraulic fracturing. This webinar looks at how concerns over freshwater health were central to community mobilizations.
Building Climate Resilience at Water's Edge
Longtime U.S. environmental leader Rebecca Wodder shares her vision for adapting to climate threats by building natural and social capital via freshwater work.
Downstream Impacts: Defending Wood Buffalo National Park
Melody Lepine, Director of Government and Industry Relations for the Mikisew Cree First Nation, and Mark Gustafson, associate for JLK Law speak about threats to Wood Buffalo National Park and how local communities, the United Nations and federal government are responding.
Global Water Futures
Learn how GWF is working with hundreds of researchers to deliver watershed management solutions in cold-weather regions impacted by climate change.