Cultural and Ecological Value of Boreal Woodland Caribou Habitat
David Suzuki Foundation and partners
Partners: Assembly of First Nations
Biodiversity Indigenous Peoples, eco-assets, species at risk, caribou, community and culture, forests, Indigenous protected and conserved areas, economics, natural capital
This report was released by the Assembly of First Nations and the David Suzuki Foundation in July 2013. It calls on the Government of Canada to include cultural and ecological values in socio-economic assessments under the federal Species at Risk Act. The report provides an overview of the ecological and cultural values of boreal woodland caribou habitat as an example.