RCEN e-Bulletin — 20 January 2010

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January 20th, 2010

RCEN Biodiversity Best Practices Handbook Available Online!

The RCEN is pleased to announce that our “Biodiversity Best Practices Handbook 2009: Case studies from the environmental non-government sector” is now available in both official languages on the RCEN website (click the link above).

This handbook features twelve projects from within seven of Canada’s terrestrial ecozones that were selected as representative best practices of what environmental NGOs are doing to help increase or protect biodiversity from coast to coast to coast.

The handbook is a public document that we encourage you to download, print, link to, post and generally to make as much use of as possible! A limited number of print copies will be available soon. Read more…

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