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Plenary presentation #2 on March 10 delivered by Dr. Jodi Hilty of Yellowstone to Yukon, David MacKinnon of Nova Scotia Environment, and Chris Lemieux of Wilfrid Laurier University
Great presentation, Dr. Hilty! I thought your example of Bhutan implementing protected wildlife/biological corridors was fascinating (and reassuring).
Here is a question posed in the chat that I don’t believe we got to:
Do you see interest in this at the municipal level for these concepts, as they play a key role in areas like this that are in private ownership?
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(2) ecosystem services provide services that benefit humans (such as clean air and water)
(3) includes the entire protected areas portfolio (incl. OECMs)
(1) Emerging issues (new issues being identified and not yet being addressed) and horizon issues (issues that may have impacts in 5 to 10 years) are issues that could potentially have a significant impact on the ecosystems and species we manage.
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