Canada’s laws to save endangered species are failing
We need more funding, new ecosystem-based approaches, and greater involvement (and willingness) from all sectors to work together for species protection and recovery.
Some of Canada's caribou populations are considered to be threatened under the Species at Risk Act. While Canada has plenty of laws, policies, and plans intended to protect nature, the continued decline of wildlife makes clear the shortcomings of current approaches, write Dan Kraus and Justina Ray. Photograph by Peupleloup, courtesy of Flickr