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Thriving Forests: Conserving a Natural Climate Solution in Canada

14 November 2019 |

Watch this webinar to explore the largest private land conservation in Canada and find out why businesses like Microsoft are supporting it as a natural climate solution.

Thriving Forests: Conserving a Natural Climate Solution in Canada

The stunning area of valleys, mountains and lakes in Darkwoods is the largest private land conservation project in Canada, protecting one of the country’s most ecologically diverse forest areas. Watch this short video to get a sense of the project's scale and impact.

Companies like Microsoft support the Darkwoods project, delivering essential carbon finance to this critical natural climate solution.

Watch the webinar below to learn more about Darkwoods and hear from experts on the role of corporates in helping natural climate solutions reach their untapped potential.

Moderator: Saskia Feast, VP Western Region, Natural Capital Partners

Panellists:

• Elizabeth Willmott, Carbon Program Lead, Microsoft

• Robert Wilson, Director, Conservation Finance, Nature Conservancy of Canada

• Mark LaCroix, Executive Vice President Americas, Natural Capital Partners

This webinar is part of our Natural Climate Solutions webinar series, which also includes grasslands, European forests and mangroves.