We all depend on nature for our livelihood, whether directly and indirectly. The well-being of local environments significantly influences the lives of the people residing there. In the face of present-day climate change and an alarming rate of natural calamities, nature conservation projects have been at the centre stage of many national and international forums. Nature conservation can mean preserving wildlife, forests and grasslands, or using environment-friendly appliances. There are many nature conservation projects one can get involved in. For instance, you can turn the ensnaring tide of deforestation today by participating in a tree-planting project either by being physically involved or donating for the same. Renewable energy projects are also being encouraged globally. One can contribute to the conservation of fossil fuels by embracing the transition to renewable energy. Using energy efficient appliances such as all-weather doors and windows that are used in most parts of Canada can also help to reduce the community’s carbon footprint. Water management and conservation is also an area of great concern. Projects revolving around water stewardship, water security, freshwater habitat protection, and water governance help to safeguard the vital resource that makes our planet unique. Taking part in such projects could help in Stopping Toronto’s next flood. There are endless ways of engagement in nature conservation projects.