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Are we running
out of time?

Biodiversity is the variety of life in the world or habitat. But this clockdiversity is shrinkng fast as animals and plants are affected by human activity.

Species extinction is now occuring, according to some, at an estimated rate of 160 a day, or about one every nine minutes.

Wholesale species loss, which researchers say is possible, will be devastating to the planet, the natural world, and to the future of human society. Add there may be not much time to reverse the trend.

Discover more about biodiversity.


The Worldwide Conversation

 

Welcome!

Biodiversity and habitat loss largely due to human activities have driven the planet Earth, the home of all living things including us, on to the brink of irreversible destruction. The current trend of climate change that threatens the livelihood of all living things is another human caused global problem. Biodiversity Conservancy joins the worldwide effort to undertake programs contributing to the preservation of species, habitats, the environment and the life support systems on the planet Earth.

We are active in 3 main areas

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Educational Programs

We promote wider knowledge and understanding of biodiversity issues through talks, presentations, media contact, social networks and this web site.

Snake demonstration

Presentations to schools and community colleges form an important part of our work.

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Conservation Projects

We undertake specific conservation projects to help protect important habitats and species. One of our major projects involves the reclamation of a unique sand dune complex within the Ottawa city limits (Canada).

Dunes

Learn more about the Pinhey Sand Dunes and our other projects.

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Scientific
Research

We publish the Journal Biodiversity, a peer-reviewed publication to help disseminate scientific information in this critical field.

Biodiversity Journal

Read more.

We also participate in international conferences and are active in the scientific and research communities.


 

TOP 3 WINNERS

National Capital Sand Dunes Poster Contest

Sarah Milne - Trillium Elementary School

Emily Zhong - Trillium Elementary School

Violet French & Linda Duong - D. A. Moodie Intermediate School

 

Click on name to view poster PDF

 

 

 

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You can help

Biodiversity Conservancy International receives funding from the Ontario Trillium Foundation and The City of Ottawa (Community Environmental Project Grant Program CEPGP), for which we are most gratetful. But that can only take the work so far. We rely on volunteers and donors. All donations are tax deductible. See how you can help.

 


E-mail: info@biodiversityconservancy.org