WWF Newsletter

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MOMENT OF DARKNESS

This March 29th, turn out your lights from 8:30 P.M. to 9:30 P.M. for Earth Hour and take a #MomentOfDarkness to think about what climate change means to you. WWF chooses a future where climate change is no longer a threat. Stand up for the future you want.

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LAST CHANCE TO DOUBLE YOUR IMPACT

There are only a few days left in our Arctic Home Campaign. Make a donation to WWF’s Arctic efforts and Coca-Cola® will match your donation dollar-for-dollar until March 15, 2014, to a maximum of $1 million USD (Canada and U.S. only). Don’t miss this chance to double the impact of your gift.

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CANADA’S EARTH HOUR CAPITAL

The City of Edmonton’s focus on reducing building and transport emissions, along with their renewable energy taskforce, helped earn them the title of Canada’s 2014 Earth Hour City Capital. Surrey and North Vancouver were among the Canadian finalists, and were both recognized for their commitment to sustainability.

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HOOKED ON SUSTAINABLE SEAFOOD

WWF-Canada, together with a group of chefs and NGOs, is urging Canada to recognize March 18 as National Sustainable Seafood Day to help ensure healthy oceans from coast to coast. Your support can make a huge difference.

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GO WITH THE FLOW

In Canada, we’re blessed with an abundance of water. To celebrate Canada Water Week (March 17-23), we will be sharing unique ways that species, like the iconic salmon and the ancient frog, all depend on healthy river flow to thrive and survive. Check out our Go with the Flow stories next week to learn more.

What’s Coming Up

GO WITH THE FLOW

In Canada, we’re blessed with an abundance of water. To celebrate Canada Water Week (March 17-23), we will be sharing unique ways that species, like the iconic salmon and the ancient frog, all depend on healthy river flow to thrive and survive. Check out our Go with the Flow stories next week to learn more.

What’s Coming Up

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