At WWF-Canada, we envision a world where people and nature thrive. Businesses of all sizes and sectors play an important role in helping to conserve the planet for future generations.

If you’re passionate about our planet, you can be at the heart of your organization’s sustainability journey. WWF-Canada's Living Planet @ Work program helps environmentally-minded individuals like you bring sustainability to the office and inspire their workplaces to take action for nature.

Why sign up with Living Planet @ Work?

Living Planet Work

You’ll join a community of champions who are leading green teams, implementing footprint reduction actions at the office and leading nature-based employee engagement activities to support conservation in Canada.

By joining Living Planet @ Work, you’ll receive access to:

WWF-Canada engages hundreds of thousands of Canadians, including employers and workplace champions, who support nature conservation. We connect the power of a strong global network to on-the-ground conservation actions nationwide.

A library of resources to help equip and motivate you to make your workplace and community more sustainable.

Employee campaign and project ideas that support WWF-Canada’s conservation work right here at home.

Regular digital communications featuring thought the latest in WWF corporate sustainability news, program updates and participant success stories.

Exclusive WWF-Canada event invites and offers.

Opportunities for your leadership to be recognized in WWF-Canada’s digital communication channels.

Sign up and make a difference

Every country faces significant challenges to create a world where people and nature thrive, including here in Canada. Our demands on nature exceed what our planet can regenerate. If everyone lived like Canadians, globally we would need the resources of 4.7 Earths to sustain us.

Canadian wildlife and ecosystems are already feeling the impact of our unsustainable lifestyles. WWF’s Living Planet Report Canada found that half of monitored vertebrate wildlife populations are in decline, and of those, the average rate of decline is a staggering 83 per cent. Habitat loss is the single greatest threat to wildlife.

Through programs like Living Planet @ Work, we have significant opportunities to do better. We can lead in nature protection and restoration if we can become leaders in sustainability.