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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.


A cut above - 2007

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

Potential Impact of a new National Park (Wolf Lake, Yukon) - 2007

A report examining the possible economic effects of a park on the Yukon/BC border (March 2005)

Big animals and small parks - 2006

Implications of wildlife distribution and movements for the expansion of Nahanni National Park Reserve.

Author: John L. Weaver

2010 Parks Report - 2010

How is wildlife faring in Canada's parks?

Forest Carbon and Climate Policy in Canada - CPAWS/Pembina Institute Report - 2009

CPAWS and The Pembina Institute review issues regarding the use of forest carbon offsets to mitigate climate change. Recommendations are made to safeguard the atmosphere and Canada's wilderness.

2008 Parks Report - 2008

Canada made great progress in creating new parks in 2007-2008.

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