Out of sight, out of mind? Connecting the dots between Site C and Wood Buffalo National Park; Wendy Holm; Straight.com

The Peace-Athabasca Delta (PAD) is in danger of dying. And the biggest coffin nail is being forged right here in B.C.: the Peace River’s Site C Dam.The PAD—formed by the confluence of…

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Will this plan save Wood Buffalo’s World Heritage status?; Sarah Pruys; Cabin Radio

Parks Canada released a draft action plan to save Wood Buffalo National Park’s UNESCO status, but activists and Indigenous groups said it lacks teeth.

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Climate change, not industry to blame for UNESCO site’s decline: Scientists; Bob Weber; The Star

Research from two prominent water scientists says that the world’s second-largest freshwater delta has been drying out for more than a century despite claims that BC Hydro’s Bennett Dam is the cause.

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Wood Buffalo National Park And Its Wildlife Confronted By Numerous Threats; Kurt Repanshek; National Parks Traveler

Size alone cannot be expected to buffer national parks and protected areas from human impacts. That’s evident at Canada’s Wood Buffalo National Park, a 17,275-square-mile preserve threatened by energy development, hydropower projects, agricultural practices, and municipal expansion.

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Canada’s biggest national park is under siege; Christian Cotroneo; MNN

A new study suggests the UNESCO status of Canada’s Wood Buffalo National Park is in danger.

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Canada’s Largest National Park Is Deteriorating; Jackie Marchildon; Global Citizen

UNESCO issued a warning about Wood Buffalo National Park in 2017.

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Canada Protects 4 New Parks, Forest Now Twice the Size of Belgium; Nate Mitka; Gear Junkier

Canada – Wood Buffalo National Park

Canada is now home to the largest stretch of protected boreal forest in the world.

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Living on Earth: BirdNote®: Whooping Cranes; Living On Earth

Canada – Wood Buffalo National Park

The world’s remaining totally wild flock of critically endangered Whooping Cranes dances at its summer home in Canada’s Wood Buffalo National Park. Michael Stein takes us to there in today’s BirdNote®.

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World Heritage Sites Alberta: Some Of The Most Spectacular Places In Wild Rose Country; Huffington Post

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