CPAWS recognizes that public education is the key to good conservation decisions today and in the future.
Protecting Canada: Is it in our nature? How Canada can achieve its international commitment
This report assesses Canada’s progress towards our country’s commitment to protect at least 17% of our land and freshwater by 2020, and improve the quality of our parks and other protected areas. Achieving this 2020 target is an important step towards the much largerscale conservation action that’s needed to conserve Canada’s ecosystems in the long term.
Oceans Report 2015: Dare to be Deep: Are Canada’s Marine Protected Areas Really ‘Protected’?
The question we pose in this report is ‘how well do Canada’s marine protected areas actually protect ocean ecosystems from industrial activities?’ This seems like a fairly straightforward question, yet it turned out to be much more difficult to answer than we expected, and the information we uncovered is worrying.
Canadian Wilderness, Spring 2015
This special eco-tourism issue of Canadian Wilderness profiles a few of the great eco-tourism operators who’ve dedicated significant time and effort to CPAWS’ wilderness conservation campaigns over the years.
Looking for Action: Caribou losing ground
This report is our second annual review of Canada’s progress in conserving boreal woodland caribou habitat since the 2012 release of the federal recovery strategy for boreal caribou under the Species-at-Risk Act (SARA).
Canadian Wilderness, Fall 2014
Learn about Canada's parks on the world stage, as well as the latest conservation updates from across the country.