Biodiversity Conservation Resource Library

To complement our Biodiversity Conversation series: How important are the common loon and polar bears to Canadians?, we created a resource library on Changing the Conversation. Filled with articles, reports, videos, art projects, and other informative resources on biodiversity, it brings together a series of content curated by Women for Nature and Nature Canada. Learn about soil biodiversity, the state of North American birds, ocean health, and recommendations for biodiversity conservation action, among many other vital topics.

Join our second e-Dialogue from the series, From the Local to the Global, on Tuesday, November 28th from 10:00 - 11:30 am PST/ 1:00 - 2:30 pm EST. Panelists will use the monarch butterfly to illuminate the local to global interdependencies of biodiversity conservation. We hope to reveal the dynamic interconnections and the need for global governance systems essential to protecting critical habitats and migratory paths. Biodiversity, like climate change, does not respect political borders and requires a broader systems approach for its conservation.