David Miller is President and CEO of World Wildlife Fund. He was formerly the chair of the C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group and, from 2003 to 2010, mayor of Toronto.

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A resounding vote for nature-based economies

WWF-Canada applauds the Lax Kw'alaams decision to reject offer in favour of healthy Skeena Estuary. In a third and final vote, members of Lax Kw'alaams First Nation expressed definitive opposition to the Pacific Northwest LNG export …

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An open letter to the new government of Canada

Dear Mr. Trudeau, Congratulations on your election as Canada’s 23rd Prime Minister and the election of a Liberal majority government. One of the first issues this parliament will face is Canada’s leadership on climate change at the …

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Cities "LEED" the way in green policies

It's a simple fact that cities use a lot of energy. Energy heats, cools and lights buildings. It powers infrastructure and industry, runs computers and other technologies and fuels cars, trucks, buses and subways. These …

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MaPP: A big plan for the Great Bear Sea

On April 27th 2015, the province of British Columbia signed an agreement with 18 Coastal First Nations, whose traditional marine territories cover 102,000km2 of BC's ocean environment – an area about the same size as …

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Nature and the economy are not at odds

"It's not nice to fool Mother Nature" was the tag line for a series of margarine advertisements in the 1970's. Chiffon margarine was right. Today, we are already seeing what happens when we ignore nature and natural …

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Renewable is doable

WWF aims to help Canada reach 100 per cent renewable energy by 2050 To reach a port, we must sail – sail, not tie at anchor – sail, not drift Franklin D. Roosevelt When confronted with the current …

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The right to be cold

Co-written by David Miller, President & CEO, WWF-Canada and Sheila-Watt-Cloutier, Author and Inuit activist This December, in Paris, the world needs to reach consensus about the urgency of acting to mitigate the changing climate, and agree …

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