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  • Writer's pictureItsik Romano

Protect the West Island Nature Challenge


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Want to do more to help protect nature? Fantastic! Now’s the perfect time.


It’s through everyday actions that we can all come together and make a real difference in protecting nature. True, lasting change starts at home with the individual and spreads throughout the community.


The Government of Canada is committed to protecting at least 25 percent of Canada’s lands and 25 percent of its oceans by 2025, but they can’t do it alone. The planet and it's inhabitants need you, Indigenous Peoples, provinces, territories, private businesses, not-for-profits and others to join in the effort.


31-day Protect Nature Challenge

Start today by following the 31-day Protect Nature Challenge. Choose a few actions that you can include in your daily life. Every action, no matter how small, counts!


Soon, you’ll be feeling healthier, saving money, producing less waste, and feeling great about the changes you’re making for nature to ensure a better future for our planet and it's inhabitants! Talk about setting a fine example for the younger generations.


It's the perfect way to get kids some much needed fresh air and boost their interest in the #outdoors!


Let’s do this together

Share these challenges with your friends and family and show off what you are doing by tagging Canada's Environment sector in your social media messages and by using the hashtag #ProtectNature.


It helps to team up with a buddy to help hold each other accountable. Feel free to start small and work your way up to larger commitments. Remember, the key here is to create lasting habits and incorporate these changes into your everyday life to remain committed to the cause without even having to think!


Environment and Climate Change Canada is on Instagram @canenvironment, Facebook @EnvironmentandClimateChange, and Twitter @environmentca.


We challenge you to


Tag us in your progress - we want to know how it's going!



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