Be part of the conversation
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
Charting a collaborative vision and actions for conservation in Canada
Making Conservation Relevant
Addressing nature connection, public opinion, and livelihoods
Partnerships for Conservation
Expanding stewardship partnerships among industry, governments, conservation groups, and citizens
Increasing public and private investment, valuing nature, advancing incentive-based tools
The Summit will bring together approximately 175 people with a broad range of perspectives.
Using a workshop format, participants will share concerns, ideas, and interests, be challenged and inspired by leading thinkers
through panel discussions and keynote speakers, and seek collaborative action for fish, wildlife, and biodiversity conservation.