World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is building a blue carbon network across Canada by bringing together knowledge holders, policy makers, practitioners, and researches.
Are you curious about the future of blue carbon in Canada?
Would you like to learn more and be part of the conversation?
If you answered yes to either of the above questions, register today for this free, virtual workshop series that spans from January 13th- April 14th, 2021!
To register for any or all of the five sessions in the series, click on the date of the corresponding session below:
January 13, 2021: 2:00pm-4:30pm AST Mapping: How can we work towards fully mapping past and current blue carbon stocks and the threats they face?
February 3, 2021: 2:00pm-4:30pm AST Restoration and Monitoring: How can we restore and monitor blue carbon systems to sequester carbon, increase biodiversity, and become resilient to climate change?
February 24, 2021: 2:00pm-4:30pm AST Policy: How can we build a policy framework which facilitates blue carbon projects aimed at sequestering carbon, increasing biodiversity, and improving resilience to climate change?
March 24, 2021: 2:00pm-4:30pm AST Ecosystem Approach: How can we develop blue carbon policy, research, and practice with an ecosystem approach?
April 14, 2021: 2:00pm-4:30pm AST Next Steps: Where do we go from here as a community of practice?
Allen Beck (Clean Coast's Restoration Specialist) will be presenting on how blue carbon impacts our team, as well as the work that we do with the Northumberland Strait Coastal Restoration Project! This presentation will take place during the February 3rd session of the series.
Don't miss this unique opportunity to learn more about blue carbon in the Canadian context and hear from changemakers invested in growing the national blue carbon network!
What on earth is blue carbon?
To learn all about blue carbon, read our Fall 2020 Newsletter or click here for more blue carbon buzz from our project partners at Restore America's Estuaries!