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200+ Dignitaries Call for Immediate Protection of British Columbia’s Large Old Growth Forests

Indigenous Leaders, Scientists, Business Execs, Artists, Athletes, Politicians Send Joint Message to BC Premier FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: October 8, 2021, Vancouver – Today, more than 200 prominent people, acclaimed in

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100+ Luminaries Call for Protection of Old Growth Forests in British Columbia

Indigenous Leaders, Politicians, Scientists, Artists, Athletes, and Business Leaders Unite in Message to BC Premier Vancouver, June 18, 2021 — Today more than one hundred prominent people from across Canadian

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Great news for an iconic forest with a history!

A Letter from our Executive Director on Canopy and the Clayoquot Sound   Dear Friends, There is a place on the edge of the world – well, of the North

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IDEALISHLIFE.COM: How to Keep Old-Growth Trees Out of Your Clothes

There’s something remarkably soft about walking through an old-growth temperate rainforest in the Pacific Northwest. Moss covers forest floors and giant fallen tree trunks like a plush blanket. Nutrient-rich soil,

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Music to Our Ears – Canada Commits to Support Clayoquot Sound Protection Vision

Clayoquot Sound is not a type of music, it’s a coastal rainforest. But Clayoquot Sound in the 1990’s was to forest activism what Bob Dylan’s “Blowin’ in the Wind” was

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CONSERVATION GROUPS APPLAUD FEDERAL COMMITMENT TO SUPPORT INDIGENOUS LAND-USE VISIONS IN CLAYOQUOT SOUND

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE From Clayoquot Sound Conservation Alliance   August 23, 2019 Members of the Clayoquot Sound Conservation Alliance (CSCA) are congratulating the Ahousaht and Tla-o-qui-aht First Nations for securing a

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First-ever global map of Ancient and Endangered Forests brings conservation science to boardrooms of the world’s largest companies

Vancouver, Canada. November 9, 2018.Today marks the public launch of a new online tool that will enable global companies, including H&M, Kimberly-Clark, Inditex/Zara and DK Books, to identify where Ancient

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BLOOMBERG: To Keep Old Growth out of New Shirts, Fashion Turns to Technology

This article was published by Bloomberg. Leading designers and retailers supported a nonprofit’s effort to help ease the search for unsavory suppliers active in endangered forests. No one dies for

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CBC.CA: How a B.C. idea could help save a ‘storybook’ jungle in Indonesia

Politicians and environmentalists from Aceh visit B.C. to learn about Great Bear Rainforest By Bethany Lindsay There are more than 12,000 kilometres between the Great Bear Rainforest and the jungles

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SUSTON: Hello? It’s 2018!

This article was published in Suston Magazine Vancouver-based NGO Canopy fumes on Twitter as loggers continue to cut down massive old growth trees for clothing, packaging, and fliers – this time

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Ten Canadian Authors play “Exquisite Corpse” for Canopy and for the ancient forests of Vancouver Island: Read The Refugium here!

From The Globe and Mail, September 2, 2017:   This fall Margaret Atwood, Terry Fallis, Suzanne Buffam, Laura Trunkey, John Vaillant, Madeleine Thien, Karen Solie, Emma Donoghue, Andrew Pyper, and

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CFAX RADIO: Interview with Catherine Stewart

Great interview with Senior Corporate Campaigner Catherine Stewart about Vancouver Island’s ancient and endangered forests, and the Canopy-generated story The Refugium.   Listen to the interview here.

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