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Environment committee   you've heard about a lot here. Aside from protected areas and things like that, which you are obviously going to pronounce on in your report, there are two things that you may want to come to grips with, one being the connection between protected areas and climate change. I think

October 20th, 2016Committee meeting

Kevin McNamee

Environment committee  Earlier on, you also mentioned the impacts of climate change. I'm just curious as to what you're seeing on the land around climate change and how you think protected areas can help mitigate that.

October 18th, 2016Committee meeting

Wayne StetskiNDP

Environment committee   of protected areas and other effective area-based conservation measures is made. In an age where we are already experiencing significant warming from climate change, unprecedented declines in species, and a carbon cycle that frankly is drastically off-kilter, protected areas

October 18th, 2016Committee meeting

Janet Sumner

Environment committee   conservation science principles and build in resilience to climate change; and eight, to ensure the strategy is adaptive and based on the best available knowledge. As indicated, our vision for the conservation of Eeyou lstchee is not solely dependent upon protected areas, which often only

October 18th, 2016Committee meeting

Chantal Otter Tétreault

Environment committee  , are conserved through networks of protected areas and other effective area-based conservation measures. With regard to the other questions we received from the committee, I anticipate that my remarks will answer those directed at Environment and Climate Change Canada, and I'll be happy

October 4th, 2016Committee meeting

Sue Milburn-Hopwood

Environment committee   things we can learn from her, but right now we have the conservation study that we still have to provide drafting instructions for. We have a comprehensive CEPA review. We have a climate change study that we're going to be doing after that. I would like to get through the studies

October 27th, 2016Committee meeting

Ed FastConservative

Environment committee  I appreciate the comments, particularly around the need to resource conservation initiatives in light of climate change, and I think that our government is committed to that. I'd like to ask a follow-up question in that regard. The submissions made by NTI are fairly clear

October 25th, 2016Committee meeting

William AmosLiberal

Environment committee   it. The climate out there is extremely variable. It's the sort of thing that we've learned to adapt to over time. Looking to the future, climate change does pose a risk here and these sorts of extremes are what's expected. In an already variable climate, you're expecting the risks from both

October 25th, 2016Committee meeting

Jeremy Pittman

Environment committee  . I'm arguing that too often we've been striving with this climate change issue to just find engineering solutions and not looking at how the natural environment—forest, agriculture, and wetlands—play a pivotal role, especially in a vast country like Canada. We can't ignore

October 25th, 2016Committee meeting

Gary Bull

Environment committee   in Canada. That's in theory, now. So then it's an economic problem, in terms of making choices around how we best allocate resources to deal with our climate change challenges. That's why I've argued that we need to develop these things called marginal abatement cost curves

October 25th, 2016Committee meeting

Gary Bull

Environment committee   jobs and a livelihood, trees to make houses, and so on, but now they add this additional dimension, which is helping us mitigate and deal with the climate change problem. In our calculations and our international commitments, this adds a whole other reason for us to revisit how we

October 25th, 2016Committee meeting

Gary Bull

Environment committee   in climate change.

October 25th, 2016Committee meeting

Gary Bull

Environment committee   and important. On our land mass we have permafrost, climate change. We want to be involved in decision-making and in actually advising Canada where Nunavut could have protected areas and conservation areas because we do have polar bears and we have narwhals, which you do not have

October 25th, 2016Committee meeting

Cathy Towtongie

Environment committee   Island. Undergraduate students, faculty, and graduate researchers in the areas of environmental studies, climate change, and sustainable design engineering engage with our staff to use the park as a living laboratory. Together with the university, we continue to explore how we may

October 20th, 2016Committee meeting

Karen Jans

Environment committee   useful tool, because it can be applied when monitoring indicates that management action does not meet its targets or when information availability increases in areas with initially low baseline data or when conditions change as a result of local human pressures or climate change

October 20th, 2016Committee meeting

Dr. Anna Metaxas