Human-Wildlife Coexistence Programs You Should Know About
By Rachel Goldstein Rachel Goldstein is part of a team of CPCIL Research and Knowledge Gatherers producing content and compiling resources on themes such as inclusion, ecosocial justice, partnerships, conservation, organizational
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Healthy Parks Healthy People Webinar
Webinar Summary – Healthy Parks Healthy People
Healthy Parks Healthy People (HPHP) is an international initiative aimed at increasing the overall health and wellness of individuals through positive interactions with nature. The goal of HPHP, according to
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Outdoor Active Play in Parks Webinar
Webinar Summary – Outdoor Active Play in Parks
In Outdoor Active Play in Parks, the panelists discuss the advantages that youth benefit from by having outdoor experiences. The importance of connecting youth to nature at a young age
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Black Experiences in Parks Webinar
Webinar Summary – Black Experiences in Parks
Co-hosted with Park People and BlackAFinSTEM In the ‘Black Experiences in Parks in Canada’ webinar, the panelists explored the underrepresentation of the BIPOC community in Canadian parks and protected areas,
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Webinar Summary Parks as Natural Solutions to Climate Change
Webinar Summary – Parks as Natural Solutions to Climate Change
There is growing recognition within the scientific community that parks and protected areas can be a part of the climate solution. In this webinar, panelists tackle this idea by framing
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Parks Day CPCIL Webinar
Webinar Summary – Parks Day: Past, Present, Future
The first Parks day, back in 1990, was based on a paper commissioned by the Canadian Parks council which provided an opportunity for all public parks to participate in the
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Black hiker walking across fallen tree in a forest.
11 Anti-Racism Calls to Action Made by Parks Leaders
By Hameet Singh Hameet Singh is part of a team of CPCIL Research and Knowledge Gatherers producing content and compiling resources on themes such as inclusion, ecosocial justice, partnerships, conservation, organizational
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Unearthing Restorative Justice in a Parks Setting
By Capstone Team E – Travis Halliday, Maria O’Hearn, Kelly Stein, Jennifer Szakacs This project was completed as part of the CPCIL Park Leaders Development Program, an applied leadership program
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Resource Spotlight – SAR Autism Canada
By Hyun Ho Cho Hyun Ho Cho is part of a team of CPCIL Research and Knowledge Gatherers producing content and compiling resources on themes such as inclusion, ecosocial justice, partnerships,
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Cowboy and Chris at Ranch. Photo courtesy of Elder in the Making.
Reconciliation – Review of Elder in the Making
By Ebany Carratt Ebany Carratt is part of a team of CPCIL Research and Knowledge Gatherers producing content and compiling resources on themes such as inclusion, ecosocial justice, partnerships, conservation, organizational
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