Canada's 4th National Report to the United Convention on Biological Diversity : CW66-167/2009E-PDF
Table of Contents/Intro Text Canada’s biodiversity: an introduction 1 Maintaining healthy ecosystems 5 Sustaining viable populations of species 14 Maintaining genetic diversity 20 Sustainable use of Canada’s living resources 23 Improving the knowledge base for conservation and sustainable use 27 A role for all Canadians 31 Looking forward 40 Caring for Canada's Biodiversity contains updated highlights of Canada's 4th National Report to the Convention on Biological Diversity that was submitted in July 2009. This report includes examples of actions being taken by a broad spectrum of Canadian society including all levels of government, Aboriginal peoples, business, non-government organizations, educational and research institutions and youth. Together these actions make a significant contribution to the achievment of Canada's biodiversity outcomes.
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|Department/Agency||Canada. Environment Canada.|
|Title||Canada's 4th National Report to the United Convention on Biological Diversity|
|Other language editions||[French]|
|Publishing information||Ottawa - Ontario : Environment Canada .|
|Description||192p.coloured figs., coloured maps, graphs, references, tables|
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|Subject terms||Biological diversity|
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