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Living Planet @ Campus Living Planet Leaders

Learn about WWF-Canada’s Living Planet Leaders

WWF-Canada's Living Planet Leaders

WWF’s Living Planet Leaders are committed to enhancing sustainability and the protection of nature on campus and in their communities. The certification recognizes students’ actions and skills in mobilizing change that will benefit all species.


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Anuja Purohit
Honours Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, Environmental Studies minor, Wilfrid Laurier University
Erin MacKay
Honours Bachelor of Commerce, International Business Management, Seneca College of Applied Arts & Technology
Business Administration – International Business, George Brown College
Melissa Palamar
Environmental Studies, Algonquin College
Lou Collin
Bachelor of Human Environment, Sociology minor, Concordia University
Isabel Savransky
Animal Biology , University of Guelph
Keisha Njeru
Bachelor of Chemical Engineering, University of New Brunswick
Diploma of Technology Management and Entrepreneurship, University of New Brunswick
Brynn Hickey
Biological Sciences, University of Guelph
Patricia Anne Lalic
Environmental Science, University of Calgary
Certificate in Sustainability Studies, University of Calgary
Nash Abdulhamid
Master of Environmental Science, University of Toronto - Scarborough
Marissa Murphy
Anthropology, University of New Brunswick
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Become a Living Planet Leader

Create impact for nature while building your experience and resume with WWF-Canada’s Living Planet Leader certification.
Graduate with the knowledge, skills and experience to lead the transition to a sustainable world in which nature thrives.

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