Nature conservation should be central to Canada’s recovery from Covid-19
David Suzuki Foundation and partners
Authored by: Jay Ritchlin
Biodiversity eco-assets, right to a healthy environment, conservation, policy and regulation, natural capital, economics
This letter to the prime minister outlines how and why nature conservation must be central to Canada’s COVID-19 recovery. More than 230 organizations signed this united appeal urging the government to focus on nature-positive measures for Canada’s post-emergency period that can boost the economy, increase biodiversity, address climate change and improve citizen well-being.
Green Strings: Principles and conditions for a green recovery from COVID-19 in Canada
We are at a historic turning point. The global COVID-19 health crisis has forced us to pursue recovery on a scale that will transform our economy and society, with lasting impacts on our ability to confront another urgent crisis—climate change.