Videos

Engaging the Persuadables Intro Series

Dec 11, 2018

We hope you'll enjoy and learn lots from our free training series, an Introduction to 'Engaging the Persuadables' for freshwater engagement

Achieving Target 1 webinar

Dec 11, 2018

The first target of Canada's Biodiversity Strategy is to protect 17% of land and freshwater and 10% of coastal and marine areas by 2020. At this Fresh Ideas webinar, guest speakers Stephen Hazell of Nature Canada and Eli Enns of the Indigenous Circle of Experts shared insights about Target 1 and how the freshwater community can get involved in protecting our life-giving waters.

Achieving Target 1 webinar

Dec 11, 2018

How can we achieve Target 1 of Canada's Biodiversity Strategy to protect 17% of land and freshwater by 2020? Find out at this free webinar with guest speakers Stephen Hazell and Eli Enns.

Optimizing Wastewater in the Grand River watershed

Dec 11, 2018

Wastewater effluent is a key driver of algae-causing nutrient pollution in lakes, rivers and streams. The Grand River Conservation Authority is working to address that.

Reforming Canada's Environmental Laws

Mar 23, 2018

In March 2018, the Federal Government reformed major environmental laws, proposing changes to how land, water and species are protected in Canada. But do they go far enough?

Community-Based Watershed Monitoring: Insights and lessons learned

Mar 17, 2018

Kat Hartwig of Living Lakes Canada and Megan Peloso of Lake Windermere Ambassadors (LWA) share insights on community-based water monitoring, including challenges and promises of these unique programs.

Community-Based Watershed Monitoring: Insights and lessons learned

Mar 17, 2018

In this webinar, we explore opportunities and challenges related to community-based watershed monitoring in British Columbia.

Downstream Impacts: Defending Wood Buffalo National Park

Dec 17, 2017

WBNP is an important cultural, spiritual and ecological site. But upstream industrial projects are putting this UNESCO biosphere under threat.

Rights of Rivers

Jun 06, 2017

Special guests Vernon Tava and Caleb Behn discuss the landmark law in New Zealand and how a Dene and Dunne-Za framework could be applied to protect the rights of water in Canada.