Canada just promised to help halt and reverse global biodiversity loss by 2030 at COP15 in Montreal. As global biodiversity is collapsing, resulting in the greatest mass extinction since the dinosaurs, species populations have plummeted by nearly 70% in the last 50 years.
Canadian wildlife needs your voice, like never before.
Canadians care about nature and we expect action from our government to protect wildlife and the habitat they rely on. Nature Canada’s Nature on the Hill event brings caring Canadians like you representing the over 1,200 nature groups in our Nature Network together on Parliament Hill to be a voice for nature.
To support our call to protect nature, you can send a letter now to tell the Prime Minister demanding an Action Plan that:
- Protects 30 percent of land and water by 2030
- Establishes more Marine Protected Areas
- Supports Indigenous-led conservation
- Fights climate change by planting trees and protecting carbon-rich ecosystems
Nature on the Hill 2023 is a critical opportunity for nature-lovers like you along with nature groups from across the country to ensure that parliamentarians and federal officials deliver on Canada’s bold promises to protect and restore nature.
Now, we all need to tell the Canadian government it needs to deliver the Action Plan and accountability legislation that it promised.
Don’t miss this chance to act together, before it’s too late.
As we bring Canadian nature-lovers together in Ottawa, you can join us and help save nature by demanding that Canada create a national Action Plan and biodiversity accountability legislation to halt and reverse nature loss by the end of 2023. Time is running out. We need your voice.
Read the Letter
Go ahead. Add your own personal touch. All fields are editable.