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WCS Canada response to Draft BC Biodiversity and Ecosystem Health Framework

WCS Canada


Abstract

WCS Canada responds to the Draft British Columbia Ecosystem and Health Framework.

Key points

Why it's important

This framework indicates a refreshing willingness by the BC government to take responsibility, in collaboration with Indigenous Peoples, for transformative actions that will benefit biodiversity, ecosystem health, climate and people.

What we want to see:

Recommended citation

WCS Canada (2024). WCS Canada response to Draft BC Biodiversity and Ecosystem Health Framework. WCS Canada. https://global.wcs.org/Resources/Publications/Publications-Search-II/ctl/view/mid/13340/pubid/DMX4997400000.aspx

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Donald Reid

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