2012 Canadian Nature Survey : awareness, participation, and expenditures in nature-based recreation, conservation, and subsistence activities / [by] Federal, provincial, and territorial governments of...: En4-243/2014E-PDF
Presents the results of the 2012 Canadian Nature Survey, the first national survey of its kind in Canada in over 15 years. It provides concrete evidence for the significant contribution that nature makes to the national economy and individual Canadians’ quality of life. The survey enriches our understanding of the importance of nature to Canadians by measuring their awareness, participation, and investments in a wide range of nature-based activities, including valuable results at the national level and for each province and territory. This information is essential to support the diverse policy and program needs of the sponsoring agencies in meeting their obligations to manage the conservation and sustainable use of Canada’s biodiversity.
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|Department/Agency||Canada. Environment Canada.|
|Title||2012 Canadian Nature Survey : awareness, participation, and expenditures in nature-based recreation, conservation, and subsistence activities / [by] Federal, provincial, and territorial governments of Canada.|
|Other language editions||[French]|
|Note(s)||The catalogue number (En4-243/2014E) and ISBN (978-1-100-23601-8) for the print edition have been incorrectly copied in this electronic publication.|
|Publishing information||Ottawa - Ontario : Environment Canada c2014.|
|Description||189p.coloured figs., references, tables|
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|Subject terms|| Natural heritage |
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