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Canadian biodiversity: ecosystem status and trends / prepared by federal, provincial and territorial governments.: En/E-PDF. The Canadian Councils of Resource Ministers developed a Biodiversity Outcomes Framework in to focus conservation and restoration actions under the Canadian Biodiversity Strategy. The Canadian Biodiversity Strategy and the complementary Biodiversity Outcomes Framework still guide the implementation of the Convention in Canada. In response to the Strategic Plan, proposed biodiversity goals and targets for Canada have been drafted and, once adopted. of biodiversity, the sustainable use of biological resources, and the fair and equitable sharing of benefits arising from the use of genetic resources. The Canadian response to the Convention came in with the publication of the Canadian Biodiversity Strategy (Environment Canada .

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he Canadian Biodiversity Strategy defines biodiversity as “the variety of species and ecosystems on Earth and the ecological processes of which they are a part – including ecosystem, species, and genetic diversity components.” The United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity provides a similar definitionfor biodiversity: “theFile Size: KB. Federal, provincial and territorial governments have worked together for decades to sustain Canada’s biodiversity. Since the signing of the Convention on Biological Diversity in , governments have collaborated on many initiatives, beginning with the development of the Canadian Biodiversity Strategy in , the Biodiversity Outcomes Framework in , and now the biodiversity goals. The Canadian Biodiversity Strategy reaffirms that, in Canada, governments must create the policy and research conditions that will lead to the conservation of biodiversity and the sustainable use of biological resources. The provincial, territorial and federal governments, in cooperation with stakeholders and members of the public, will pursue the implementation of the strategic directions.

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The Canadian Biodiversity Strategy reaffirms that, in Canada, governments must create the policy and research conditions that will lead to the conservation of biodiversity and the sustainable use of biological resources. The provincial, territorial and federal governments, in cooperation with stakeholders and members of the public, will pursue the implementation of the strategic directions. he Canadian Biodiversity Strategy defines biodiversity as “the variety of species and ecosystems on Earth and the ecological processes of which they are a part – including ecosystem, species, and genetic diversity components.” The United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity provides a similar definitionfor biodiversity: “theFile Size: KB. conservation and restoration actions under the Canadian Biodiversity Strategy.2 Canadian Biodiversity: Ecosystem Status and Trends , is a first report under this framework. It assesses progress towards the framework’s goal of “Healthy and Diverse Ecosystems” and the two desired conservation outcomes.

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he Canadian Biodiversity Strategy defines biodiversity as “the variety of species and ecosystems on Earth and the ecological processes of which they are a part – including ecosystem, species, and genetic diversity components.” The United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity provides a similar definitionfor biodiversity: “theFile Size: KB. The Canadian Biodiversity Strategy and the complementary Biodiversity Outcomes Framework still guide the implementation of the Convention in Canada. In response to the Strategic Plan, proposed biodiversity goals and targets for Canada have been drafted and, once adopted. of biodiversity, the sustainable use of biological resources, and the fair and equitable sharing of benefits arising from the use of genetic resources. The Canadian response to the Convention came in with the publication of the Canadian Biodiversity Strategy (Environment Canada .

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of biodiversity, the sustainable use of biological resources, and the fair and equitable sharing of benefits arising from the use of genetic resources. The Canadian response to the Convention came in with the publication of the Canadian Biodiversity Strategy (Environment Canada . The Canadian Biodiversity Strategy and the complementary Biodiversity Outcomes Framework still guide the implementation of the Convention in Canada. In response to the Strategic Plan, proposed biodiversity goals and targets for Canada have been drafted and, once adopted. Federal, provincial and territorial governments have worked together for decades to sustain Canada’s biodiversity. Since the signing of the Convention on Biological Diversity in , governments have collaborated on many initiatives, beginning with the development of the Canadian Biodiversity Strategy in , the Biodiversity Outcomes Framework in , and now the biodiversity goals.