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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.

Educational Resources

Conservation plan for the Peel watershed, Yukon - 2006

CPAWS' conservation goals in the Peel watershed.

Seachoice card - Canada’s Seafood Guide - 2008

Download this wallet-sized card and use it to make sustainable seafood choices.

Parks in the Greenhouse - 2001

A primer on the effect of climate change on Canada's Parks.

Peel Appeal - 2007

A brochure on the benefits of protecting the Yukon's Peel watershed. (2006)

Logging to save the planet? - 2007

Woody bioenergy and climate change

Naatsichoh South Nahanni River Headwaters - 2010

Factsheet about the proposed National Park that will encompass the headwaters of the South Nahanni River. (2010)

Myth and Madness - 2008

A booklet summarizing the challenges and opportunities in progress towards Canada’s commitment to a national network of MPAs by 2012

Grizzlies and the Nahanni - 2007

An educational poster

More than trees - 2007

A citizen's guide to making conservation a bigger part of forest management

Wolves in the Canadian Wilderness - 2001

The eastern wolf

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