Conservation planning

WCS Canada's Response to Yukon's Resource Road Regulation Discussion May 2023

Cooke, H.


Abstract

Thank you for the opportunity to provide input on the Proposed Resource Roads Regulations. The following comments have been prepared in response to the online survey as part of the public engagement process. While we feel that the permitting and access control measures are adequate to address concerns around road safety, liability, wildlife and the environment, there are some concerns outlined in these comments.

Recommended citation

Cooke, H. (2023). WCS Canada's Response to Yukon's Resource Road Regulation Discussion May 2023. WCS Canada. https://wcscanada.org/resources/wcs-canadas-response-to-yukons-resource-road-regulation-discussion-may-2023/

Hilary Cooke

Hilary Cooke

Co-Director, Northern Boreal Mountains Program

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