Canada's biodiversity outcomes framework and 2020 goals & targets: CW66-525/2016E-PDF
Federal, provincial and territorial governments have a long history of working together to sustain Canada’s biodiversity. Together they designed a blueprint for the conservation and sustainable use of Canada’s living resources called the Canadian Biodiversity Strategy. Some provinces and territories also have their own biodiversity strategies. The biodiversity outcomes framework complements and builds on that work. It will be used to identify and link current and future priorities, to engage Canadians in planning and implementation and to report on progress.
|Department/Agency||Environment and Climate Change Canada.|
|Title||Canada's biodiversity outcomes framework and 2020 goals & targets|
|Other Language Editions||[French]|
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|Note||Issued also in French under title: Le cadre axé sur les résultats en matière de biodiversité et les buts et objectifs canadiens d’ici 2020.|
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|Subject Terms||Biological diversity, Nature conservation|
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