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December 2, 2020

News Release: Wood Buffalo National Park Conservation Outlook of ‘Significant Concern’

Indigenous communities and environmental organizations say more action is needed Edmonton, AB – The ongoing…

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December 2, 2020

Wood Buffalo Action Plan Implementation, Perspective of Local Indigenous Communities and Environmental Groups

Letter to the Director of UNESCO’s World Heritage Centre concerning Wood Buffalo National Park: December…

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March 1, 2019

Amisk Hydroelectric Project Near Dunvegan

In early December, David Berrade wrote AWA about the proposed Amisk Hydroelectric Project near Dunvegan,…

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April 13, 2018

Wood Buffalo National Park Needs Stronger Cumulative Impacts Assessment from Parks Canada

AWA asks Parks Canada to strengthen two aspects of its draft environmental assessment of Wood…

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November 15, 2017

ENGO News Release: Wood Buffalo National Park Receives Worst Conservation Outlook for World Heritage Sites in Canada

This week the International Union on the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) released its 2017 World…

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When citizens and their representatives in government fail to place a high value on wilderness as a resource in itself, then its disappearance – especially in reasonably accessible locations – is swift and certain.
- Bruce M. Litteljohn and Douglas H. Pimlott, “Why Wilderness?”, 1971
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