Canada’s caribou are in trouble. Help protect their boreal forest home.
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When the caribou’s in danger, you are too. By saving the woodland caribou’s remaining Boreal Forest habitat, we’ll also help protect one of the world’s largest natural carbon reserves and slow the effects of climate change.
In 2012, the federal government released a Recovery Strategy for the Boreal population of woodland caribou. Read more
In December 2013, CPAWS issued a report assessing how well provinces and territories are enacting the requirements for conservation plans under the federal government’s National Recovery Strategy for Boreal woodland caribou. Read more
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I support protecting Canada's woodland caribou and their carbon-rich home - Canada's Boreal wilderness. Please act now to protect the Boreal caribou's remaining habitat.
CALGARY — Parks Canada’s approval of a controversial concept proposal to build overnight commercial accommodations at Maligne Lake in Jasper National Park must be struck down because it violates the park’s management plan, conservation groups said today. Ecojustice lawyers, representing the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS) and Jasper Environmental Association (JEA) have filed a Federal Court case in an effort to quash the approval and protect Canada’s national parks from renewed commercial development pressures.
August 28, 2014