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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.


Poor Parks in Rich Alberta - 2007

Report Summary

Roads: More than lines on a map - 2006

How roads impact wildlife and wilderness

Towards a Yukon Conservation Strategy - 2007

Results of a workshop aimed at developing a science-based conservation strategy for the Yukon (February 2005)

Uncertain future: Woodland caribou and Canada's Boreal Forest - 2006
Waterton Glacier Peace Park—Economic Implications - 2007

The economic benefits of expanding Waterton into the Flathead region (2005)

Marine Biodiversity Report - 2008
Out of Balance - 2007

A revealing look at how public forests are managed in the Whiskey Jack Forest of Ontario.

Wild Waters - Marine Conservation - 1999

Conserving Marine Biodiversity

CPAWS Annual report 2007 - 2007

Annual report 2007

Ontario’s Timber Harvesting Levels - 2007

Science or wishful thinking? A surprising look at how little sustainability is accounted for in forest modeling. (August 2007)

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