The provincial government’s biodiversity strategy under the Forest Practices Code is applied unevenly across the province, and key on-the-ground measures are not being implemented in many areas, according to a Forest Practices Board study released today.
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Forest Practices Board Welcomes Identified Wildlife Management Strategy and Calls for Implementation of Other Code Measures to Protect Wildlife and Biodiversity
Victoria – BC’s independent watchdog for sound forest practices welcomes the government’s announcement of the Identified Wildlife Management Strategy. “The Identified Wildlife Management Strategy is one of the important pieces of the Forest Practices Code that we had identified as missing. The government’s announcement is a step in the right direction,” said Forest Practices Board […]
Implementation of Biodiversity Measures under the Forest Practices Code – Implications for the Transition to the Forest and Range Practices Act
This special report provides the public with a picture of the British Columbia government’s progress in planning and…