CPAWS recognizes that public education is the key to good conservation decisions today and in the future.
How deep did Canada dare? Final report on oceans protection progress 2012
Report on oceans conservation finds Canada has made limited gains in protecting our coastal waters, with the federal government and other levels moving at too slow a pace to meet the challenge issued by the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS) to protect 12 special marine areas by December 2012.
CPAWS Annual Report 2012
Learn about our work, conservation success, and supporters in 2011-2012.
Canadian Wilderness, Fall 2012
Strength in partnership.
CPAWS brief on the creation and management of urban and near-urban conservation areas
CPAWS presents to the House of Commons Standing Committee on the Environment and Sustainable Development for a study on urban conservation
The State of Canada’s Parks 2012
Canada’s 21st annual Parks Day takes place on July 21, 2012. The date is an opportunity for Canadians to celebrate our spectacular national, provincial and territorial parks, and to reflect on how well we are doing at protecting these natural treasures for the benefit of current and future generations.