A climate-resilient marine conservation network for Canada

Climate change and biodiversity loss are two major conservation issues, yet the integration of climate change adaptation into marine conservation planning has been limited in Canada and elsewhere. This paper outlines five recommendations for an inclusive, proactive and climate-ready approach for Canada’s growing marine conservation network. With its extensive marine and coastal areas, Canada has the responsibility to accelerate national climate-change adaptation as well as progress towards international commitments mitigating biodiversity loss and climate change.

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