A guide to how Canada’s wildlife conservation agencies work, from environmental protection to ecological protection textile
Environmental protection is a key theme for the National Parks Conservation Board.
That’s why it has created the National Environmental Conservation Strategy, which has already become a popular resource for the public.
It includes guidance on how the boards’ officers and staff should work with the public, and the boards environmental policies and priorities.
But what is the strategy, and what does it mean for Canadians?
The National Parks and Wildlife Conservation Board has set out a five-point vision, which will inform the conservation strategies of its eight members and be part of the governing documents of the boards in 2021 and 2022.
These include: Protecting the environment, and all Canadians, including wildlife.
It’s a focus on the natural environment and conservation of biodiversity, but also includes issues related to our relationship with the environment.
Conservation of the environment is essential for the protection of wildlife.
This is an issue of our collective future.
Our communities need to be protected from impacts of environmental and cultural change.
This will help ensure the sustainability of Canada’s natural heritage and heritage heritage, and our national parks.
This involves developing, updating and maintaining current conservation policies, as well as protecting existing and future sites.
This can include, for example, the creation of new protected areas to protect species or ecosystems.