Shaping the Conversation
The key topics of conversation at the Summit are being developed through design workshops and pre-Summit engagement with participants.
Workshops and engagement with a variety of sectors of society identified four critical steps needed to address key conservation challenges such as a changing climate or cumulative impacts across a landscape/seascape: start thinking bigger and broader, make wildlife and habitat conservation relevant to Canadians, build new partnerships for action on conservation, and establish new ways of financing conservation.
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Innovating Canada’s approach to the conservation of fish, wildlife and biodiversity
landscapes, seascapes, multi-species, multi-use
Making Conservation Relevant
nature connection, public opinion, livelihoods
Partnerships for Conservation
engaging industry, indigenous peoples, landowners
valuing nature, increasing our investment, market-based tools