Nature Community Showcase: Grand River Environmental Community – Advocating for the Greenbelt at Nature on the Hill 2023

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Nature Community Showcase: Grand River Environmental Community – Advocating for the Greenbelt at Nature on the Hill 2023
Nature Community Showcase: Grand River Environmental Community – Advocating for the Greenbelt at Nature on the Hill 2023


As a part of Nature Canada’s annual Nature on the Hill occasion, the Grand River Environmental Community is without doubt one of the many nature teams advocating to guard the Greenbelt and make good on the necessity to defend 30 p.c of Canadian land, waters, and ocean by 2030.

Our first Nature on the Hill assembly was on March 8, and it was incredible to have federal Atmosphere Minister Steven Guilbeault drop by and be a part of with an enormous thumbs-up for Nature Canada and biodiversity.

It’s so necessary that elected officers hear first-hand from residents on the necessity for higher biodiversity and environmental protections — notably in a quickly warming world dealing with astonishing ranges of extinction.

About Grand River Environmental Community

The Grand River Environmental Community (GREN) is a proactive voice for the setting within the Grand River Watershed. Our members are activists, watchdogs, guardians, stewards and anxious residents who foster an environmental consciousness and promote respect for our pure world. We work all through our group and with all ranges of presidency for the sustainable options we’d like.

GREN is advocating for an Motion Plan that protects 30 p.c of land and water by 2030 and fights local weather change

Our work has focussed loads on stewardship and land safety in recent times — be it the Ontario Greenbelt on the Provincial degree, our Protected Countryside, our Countryside Line Idea, our Environmentally Delicate Landscapes (ESLs), or our Supply Water Safety Areas on the regional and municipal ranges. All of those actions are built-in in these conferences on the federal degree, the place we’re focussed on World Biodiversity Framework and the necessity to make sure that 30% of Canada’s land and ocean is protected by 2030. Now we have advocated for the creation of many of those protections, supported all of them, and folk from throughout all our communities have completed all the pieces they will to make sure long-term success.

Lately, we’ve been talking as much as save the Greenbelt and guarantee a sustainable future for our communities and asking Doug Ford to Hold His Greenbelt Promise. Moreover, we’ve got been defending our visionary Official Plans, and searching for to Repeal Invoice 23 to guard our countryside and farmland from city sprawl and whereas additionally defending our groundwater.

This ties in strongly with the work of Nature Canada, notably defending biodiversity, conserving 30 p.c of land and water by 2030 and combating local weather change..

You may assist!

You may assist Nature Canada and our Nature Community companions like Alberta Wilderness Affiliation to halt and reverse nature loss at Nature on the Hill by sending a letter now to the Prime Minister demanding an Motion Plan that:

  • Protects 30 p.c of land and water by 2030
  • Establishes extra Marine Protected Areas
  • Helps Indigenous-led conservation
  • Fights local weather change by planting timber and defending carbon-rich ecosystems



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