A New Climate for Conservation: Nature, Carbon and Climate Change in British Columbia
David Suzuki Foundation and partners
Authored by: Jim Pojar
Partners: Working Group on Biodiversity, Forests and Climate
Climate solutions decarbonization, conservation, policy and regulation, British Columbia, greenhouse gas emissions, climate change
Conserving nature is a critical element in the fight to slow climate change and in efforts to adapt to the effects of climate change. A New Climate for Conservation explores the role of nature conservation in a climate action strategy for ecological adaptation and ecological mitigation. Its key recommendation is to develop a comprehensive and integrated Nature Conservation and Climate Action Strategy for British Columbia.
SUBMISSION — A New Climate for Conservation: Letter from Scientists to Premier Gordon Campbell
This letter, signed by prominent scientists and conservationists, was sent to the B.C. government on release of a report that examined the role of nature conservation in climate action strategy.