Dare to be Deep: Charting Canada's Course to 2020 - How Canada can meet its 2020 international marine conservation commitment

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Type: Report
Year of publication: 2014
Date published: 06/2014
Publishing institution: Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society
City: Ottawa
Pages: 33

Table of Contents:

  • Canada’s Roadmap to 2020
    • Key elements of MPA network planning
  • Part 1 – What has Canada achieved compared to other countries?
    • A Global Comparison
    • New international trend – establishing huge MPAs
    • Getting to 10% by 2020 and beyond
    • Canada’s International Commitments
    • Canada’s Progress
  • Part 2 – What can Canada learn from other jurisdictions?
    • Jurisdictional contexts
      • Scotland
      • California
      • Australia
    • Political leadership
    • Timeline and milestones
    • Guidelines for MPA network design
    • Open and transparent process
    • Dedicated and ongoing funding
    • Socio-economic analysis
    • Science and decision support tools
    • MPA network planning in the context of comprehensive marine planning
  • Part 3 – Update on individual MPA sites in Canada – Building blocks towards a network
  • Appendix: Data for Charts 32
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