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The Cariboo-Chilcotin Beetle Action Coalition was formed to enable "Communities Working Together for a Sustainable Future".
The Conservation Strategy was initiated by the conservation community to provide an ecological perspective to the CCBAC process. Resilient, healthy, and productive ecosystems are essential to the social and economic wellbeing of Cariboo-Chilcotin communities, now and into the future.
Despite its heft, the Conservation Strategy is a cursory look at many of the “green” topics of the day as they pertain to the Cariboo-Chilcotin. The looming economic ramifications of the mountain pine beetle epidemic instigated this and other strategies for the Cariboo-Chilcotin Beetle Action Coalition. As stated in the official proposal, the intent of the Conservation Strategy is to ensure that environmental quality, resource conservation, local long-term security, and community stability are considered during strategy planning processes.
To view the actionable items set for the Conservation Strategy, click here.