CPAWS recognizes that public education is the key to good conservation decisions today and in the future.
CPAWS Annual Report 2013-2014
Review the highlights from the past year and our current financial standing.
Losing Ground: Time to Embrace the True Value of Parks
Canada’s annual Parks Day takes place on July 19th, 2014. Since 2008 CPAWS has issued an annual report reviewing how well Canada has done over the past year in both creating new parks and protecting our existing parks for the benefit of current and future generations of Canadians. Over the years the review has ranged from celebrating significant progress on new parks to noting a slowdown in progress and highlighting
emerging problems. Unfortunately, for the third year in a row, while there were some good news stories, our overall conclusion is that Canada continues to lose ground in creating and protecting our cherished parks.
Oceans Report: Dare to be Deep: Charting Canada’s Course to 2020
The ocean supports a tremendous diversity of life from coastal areas to the deep sea, and contains 99% of the space available for life on Earth. From plankton to whales, marine species live in a delicate balance that can easily be disturbed by human activities, and cause a domino effect on species half-way around the world.
Canadian Wilderness Spring/Summer 2014
This issue of Canadian Wilderness focuses on the importance and value of introducing nature to the next generation.It profiles wonderful reports and photos, along with updates on CPAWS' people and activities across Canada.
Population Critical: How are Canada’s Boreal Woodland Caribou Faring?
In our first annual assessment of how well provinces and territories are doing in meeting their obligations to protect boreal caribou since the federal recovery strategy for the species was released in 2012, the majority get bottom marks for lagging so far behind in protecting one of Canada’s most iconic species at risk.