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Bourse d’études graduées « Home Place » de Stan Rowe 2022

2022 Stan Rowe Home Place Graduate Award The Canadian Council on Ecological Areas (CCEA) is pleased to announce that it is now accepting applications for the 2021 Stan Rowe Home Place Graduate Award. APPLICATION DEADLINE: FRIDAY, MAY 6 2022 The Award is: One cash award of $2,000; Available to Master students in their first year …

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CPCIL Research Summit 2022

CPCIL Research Summit 2022 CPCIL is excited to announce that general registration for the second annual pan-Canadian Parks and Protected Areas Research eSummit, to be held virtually on half-days from February 22 to 25, 2022, is now open at https://cpcil.ca/2022-research-summit/.   The virtual eSummit will bring together “Knowers” (scholars/knowledge keepers), “Doers” (practitioners), and “Learners” (students, new …

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Le G7, climat et environnement: communiqué des ministres, Londres, le 21 mai, 2021

G7 Climate and Environment: Ministers’ Communiqué, London, 21 May 2021 On May 21, 2021 we received a Communiqué from the G7 Environment Ministers.  We think this is worth sharing with a broader audience.  The highlights below were kindly provided by our colleague Stephen Woodley. “…we acknowledge with grave concern that the unprecedented and interdependent crises …

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New Report! Implementing Connectivity Conservation in Canada

New Report! Implementing Connectivity Conservation in Canada The focus of this report is on the need to protect and restore connectivity within Canada’s terrestrial ecosystems. Well-connected ecosystems will be critical for maintaining important ecological and evolutionary processes (including species migration and adaptation), especially in an era of rapid climate and ecological change. By means of …

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Canadian Protected and Conserved Areas Database

Canadian Protected and Conserved Areas Database The 2020 Canadian Protected and Conserved Areas Database (CPCAD) update is complete! CPCAD contains the most up to date spatial and attribute data on marine and terrestrial protected areas and other effective area-based conservation measures (OECM) in Canada. The database is available to download from the Canada.ca website. Recent Articles …

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Cadre stratégique 2020-2030

2020-2030 Strategic Framework The Canadian Council on Ecological Areas (CCEA) is a national leader in providing evidence-based guidance in the establishment and management of a comprehensive network of ecological areas to contribute to the conservation and restoration of biodiversity and the social and ecological benefits it provides.  The CCEA brings together experts from across the …

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Larissa Thelin – 2020 Stan Rowe Home Place Graduate Award

Larissa Thelin – 2020 Stan Rowe Home Place Graduate Award Congratulations to Larissa Thelin, MSc student working at the University of Alberta on being awarded this year’s Stan Rowe Home Place Award! Working with Dr. Andrew Durocher, Larissa’s thesis will focus on understanding the potential impacts of climate change on the habitat range of the …

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Ébauche CCEA Cadre stratégique 2020-2030

Draft CCEA Strategic Framework 2020-2030 The purpose of this Strategic Framework (DRAFT CCEA STRATEGIC FRAMEWORK 2020-2030) is to provide the CCEA with a defined direction and measurable goals, the 2020-2030 Strategic Framework will serve as a tool to guide day-to-day decisions and evaluate the progress and changing approaches when moving forward. The CCEA Board will …

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Yukon and First Nations governments approve the Peel Watershed Regional Land Use Plan

Yukon and First Nations governments approve the Peel Watershed Regional Land Use Plan Leaders from the Governments of Yukon, Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in, the First Nation of Na-Cho Nyäk Dun, Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation and the Gwich’in Tribal Council gathered today in Mayo, Yukon on August 22, 2019, to officially sign the Peel Watershed Regional Land use …

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