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CPAWS believes that conservation should be based on sound science. That's why CPAWS researchers and affiliates are staying on the cutting edge of conservation biology. Here are some of our recent reports.

Archives for boreal-forest

Uncertain future: Woodland caribou and Canada's Boreal Forest - 2006
Wilderness Conservation in an Era of Climate Change: Canada's Global Responsibility - 2007
Wood, jobs and wilderness - 2007

The future of Ontario's forests

Caribou Range Condition in Ontario - 2009

CPAWS Wildlands League

Measuring up - 2007

A national evaluation comparison and recommendations for Quebec's public forests

A cut above - 2007

A look at alternatives to clearcutting in Canada's Boreal Forest

Canadian Boreal Forest Agreement - 2010

The Canadian Boreal Forest Agreement covers more than 72 million hectares of public forests licensed to Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC) member companies across Canada. It includes 21 forest companies, who are members of the Forest Products Association of Canada, and nine leading environmental organizations. Under the Canadian Boreal Forest Agreement, FPAC members commit to the highest environmental standards of forest management and conservation, while environmental organizations commit to global recognition and support for FPAC members efforts.

Caribou and You in Manitoba - 2009

A review of Manitoba's conservation and recovery strategy for Boreal Woodland Caribou

Uncertain Future: Woodland Caribou and Canada’s Boreal Forest - 2006

Woodland caribou and Canada's Boreal forest. A report on government aciton.

Grey Ghosts: Can we save Woodland Caribou in Canada’s Boreal Forest? - 2004

Canada’s boreal forest is North America’s greatest remaining conservation opportunity and woodland caribou are its iconic species.

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