Success in the recovery or conservation of a species or ecosystem depends on the commitment and cooperation of the many different constituencies that may be involved
British Columbia Guide to Recovery Planning for Species and Ecosystems at Risk
in implementing the directions set out in recovery and management planning documents. The provincial government encourages all British Columbians to participate in the recovery or conservation of species of conservation concern as part of a shared stewardship approach.
Chapter 1 of this guide provides an overview of the province?s recovery planning process. Chapter 2 explains how recovery planning is accomplished in British Columbia. Chapter 3 outlines the process and requirements for initiating a recovery planning process. Chapter 4 offers advice on how to draft recovery and management planning documents by using specific templates, while Chapter 5 explains how these documents are reviewed and published. Chapter 6 provides information on how recovery or management actions are implemented.
Species and ecosystems recovery planning remain active areas of policy and program development. All components of this guide will be updated as new information and direction become available. Questions about issues not covered in this guide should be directed to the Ministry of Environment Species at Risk Recovery Specialist.
Ministry off Environment. 2016. British Columbia Guide to Recovery Planning for Species and Ecosystems at Risk. Province of British Columbia, Ministry of Environment. Version 2
Topic: Recovery Planning
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