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Tag: Coastal First Nations

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MaPP: The long view across a great big sea

The Marine Planning Partnership (MaPP) recognizes first and foremost that the health of the marine environment is the foundation for healthy communities and economies. Read More
The Marine Planning Partnership (MaPP) recognizes first and foremost that the health of the marine environment is the foundation...
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MaPP: A big plan for the Great Bear Sea

The province of British Columbia signed a Marine Planning Partnership (MaPP) agreement with 18 Coastal First Nations, whose traditional marine territories cover 102,000km2 of BC’s ocean environment. Read More
The province of British Columbia signed a Marine Planning Partnership (MaPP) agreement with 18 Coastal First Nations, whose traditional...
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Marine Plans to Protect the “Best Food in the World”

After years of work, the Council of the Haida Nation and the Province of B.C. presented a new draft marine spatial plan this week in Haida Gwaii. The message from public Open Houses is... Read More
After years of work, the Council of the Haida Nation and the Province of B.C. presented a new draft...
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Protecting healthy ecosystems

The Great Bear region offers unlimited potential for a diverse and sustainable economy based on healthy ecosystems. Read More
The Great Bear region offers unlimited potential for a diverse and sustainable economy based on healthy ecosystems.
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Safeguarding our Gift to the Earth

Safeguarding an extraordinary ecosystem is always a conservation success. Safeguarding that success all over again is sometimes a conservation necessity. Read More
Safeguarding an extraordinary ecosystem is always a conservation success. Safeguarding that success all over again is sometimes a conservation...
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Respect for the land and sea

Respect for the land and sea is at the heart of how communities of the Great Bear interact with nature. Read More
Respect for the land and sea is at the heart of how communities of the Great Bear interact with...
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Communities depend on the Great Bear Sea

In the Great Bear region, people often refer to the ocean as their refrigerator. The sea is home to salmon, herring, halibut, sea cucumber, seaweed and a myriad of sea creatures, all dependent on... Read More
In the Great Bear region, people often refer to the ocean as their refrigerator. The sea is home to...
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