Biodiversity

NBSAP Joint Submisson for Canada's National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan

ALUS, Birds Canada, CPAWS ... WCS Canada et al.


Recommendations for Canada's National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan from 17 national and regional civil society organizations, including WCS Canada.

Abstract

The 17 organizations who developed and/or endorsed this joint submission are: ALUS, Birds Canada, CPAWS, David Suzuki Foundation, East Coast Environmental Law, Ecology Action Centre, Ecojustice, Environmental Defence, Natural Resources Defense Council, Nature Canada, Nature Trust of New Brunswick, The ChariTree Foundation, The Wilderness Committee, WCS Canada, West Coast Environmental Law, WWF-Canada, and Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative.

Key points

What we want to see:

Recommended citation

ALUS, Birds Canada, CPAWS ... WCS Canada et al. (2024). NBSAP Joint Submisson for Canada's National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan. WCS Canada. https://library.wcs.org/DesktopModules/Bring2mind/DMX/API/Entries/Download?EntryId=49596&PortalId=96&DownloadMethod=attachment

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