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Wednesday, December 5 • 11:00am - 12:00pm
E3. Conservation Targets

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How much space for nature? Opportunities and challenges for meeting targets
  • Chris Lemieux, Paul Gray and Mark Groulx- Get Out of Your Own Way: Canada and the chase for Aichi Target 11
  • Heather Lazaruk - Alberta Parks experiences with Protected Areas Management Effectiveness to address  Aichi Target 11/Canada's Target 1 goals.
  • Pam Wright and Farhad Moghimehfar- Canadians’ perspectives on how much space nature needs

Moderators
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Jen Grant

BC Parks

Speakers
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Heather Lazaruk

Alberta Parks
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Christopher Lemieux

Wilfrid Laurier University
In 2010 Parties to the United Nations (UN) Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) agreed to reduce the rate of biodiversity loss within a decade by achieving 20 objectives that are commonly known as the Aichi targets. In this article, we explore aspects of Canada’s work on one... Read More →
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Pamela Wright

University of Northern British Columbia
Canadians’ perspectives on how much space nature needs: Determining how much to set aside in a system of protected areas is widely discussed. In the past, targets that have been set internationally and domestically are best described as politically-driven. In recent years, there... Read More →


Wednesday December 5, 2018 11:00am - 12:00pm
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  • Moderator Jen Grant
  • AV Assistant Odinn Steinsson