29 Jun '18, 11am

Caribou science denial cripples conservation efforts via @DavidSuzukiFDN

The Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada has concluded that 81 per cent of boreal caribou herds are in decline and all woodland caribou ecotypes — boreal, mountain and migratory — are diminishing in Canada. Subscribe to Science Matters Email Submit To its credit, the Forest Products Association of Canada recognizes climate change is a serious threat to forests and habitat, and has vowed the sector it represents “is doing its part to fight climate change through work in our forests, at our mills and through the products we make.” But it appears the association has an ulterior motive. Its climate commitments are spelled out on a website page that focuses on the role of climate change in caribou population declines, and argues a federal strategy to protect at-risk caribou, in part through habitat management, “won’t work and will hurt local economies.” Ther...

Full article: https://davidsuzuki.org/story/caribou-science-denial-crip...

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