Canadian context for evidence-based conservation

Conservation decisions are often made based on limited evidence. In Canada, the vast and diverse territory and complex legal framework regarding resource management, mean that decision-making can be particularly challenging. Systematic approaches, including systematic reviews, can help to reduce knowledge gaps and improve decision-making. Our paper (link here) suggests some ways in which such approaches can be used.

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