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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.


CPAWS brief on the creation and management of urban and near-urban conservation areas - 2012

CPAWS presents to the House of Commons Standing Committee on the Environment and Sustainable Development for a study on urban conservation

CPAWS response to the Lower Athabasca Regional Plan - 2011

CPAWS responds to Alberta's plan for the future of the oilsands region.

Comments on Mt. Norquay Ski Area Site Guidelines for Development and Use - 2011

CPAWS Southern Alberta outlines concerns about guidelines for Mount Norquay in Banff, which would adversely affect grizzlies.

CPAWS’ views on Federal Species at Risk Act - 2010

Éric Hébert-Daly, National Executive Director of CPAWS, and Aran O’Carroll, National Manager of Legal and Regulatory Affairs, presented the organization's views on the Federal Species at Risk Act (SARA) to the Federal Standing Committee on Environment and Sustainable Development on April 27, 2010

The federal government needs to become a world leader in wilderness conservation - 2009

Recommendations to the government| April 2009.

CPAWS Public Forest Carbon Briefing Notes, April 2009 - 2009
CPAWS letter in support of the Western Climate Initiative - 2008

CPAWS letter in support of the Western Climate Initiative

Response to the Mineable Oil Sands Strategy - 2007

CPAWS responds to the Alberta government's strategy in the oil sands (December 2005)

Wilderness Conservation in an Era of Climate Change: Canada's Global Responsibility - 2007
Interpreting the principle of net environmental benefit: - 2008

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