Recreational hunting is a popular sport in Western Canada, generating considerable revenues for local communities and funding for conservation programs. Wildlife managers aim to balance hunting opportunities with the maintenance of healthy populations; however, sustained harvests...
International Mountain Day 2019 Countdown
The Canadian Mountain Network is an alliance of universities, governments, First Nations & businesses dedicated to the sustainability of mountain spaces.
Enter the International Mountain Day recipe and #photo #contest and your #recipe could be featured in a @FAO publication. Help preserve cultural traditions & promote agrobiodiversity in #mountains by sharing your favourite recipe! #MountainsMatter http://www.fao.org/international-mountain-day/recipe-and-photo-contest/en/
Are you ready for International #Mountain Day on Dec. 11th? Check out our #infographic to learn why #MountainsMatter for all Canadians and for sustainable development http://canadianmountainnetwork.ca/events/infographics/ @SustDev @UNmountains @alpineclubcan
How does #ClimateChange affect our water supply through #mountain regions? Ecologist and lead author of a new @IPCC Special Report, @heidimountains explains how mountainous #watersheds across the world are responding to changing conditions: http://ow.ly/3TvZ50wLQbt
CC-IUCN is looking for #youth #volunteers (18-30 years old) to become 2019-2021 CC-IUCN Youth Ambassadors! Connect youth to #nature before, during and after the @IUCN World Conservation Congress. #Apply by Oct. 27th: https://cc-iucn.ca/2019/10/11/cc-iucn-is-looking-for-youth-volunteers-to-become-2019-2021-cc-iucn-youth-ambassadors/ #IUCNcongress
“The #science says wolf control does work. It also says this is a Band-Aid interim solution. If you don’t restore habitat, you will have to #cull #wolves forever.” https://vancouversun.com/news/local-news/caribou-numbers-up-49-per-cent-after-four-year-wolf-cull