Protection des habitats d'espèces menacées en terres privée: analyse d'instruments et de la politique canadienne
The preservation of biodiversity requires the protection of endangered species' habitats. In Canada, approximately 60 percent of these habitats are located on private lands. We start by analysing the obstacles to the protection of endangered species' habitats, with special attention to the compensation of private property owners affected by conservation efforts. After briefly reviewing the main measures adopted in Canada to protect natural habitats on private lands, we propose some conservation mechanisms that would not excessively burden public budgets. These measures should be discussed in the next proposal for a Canadian endangered species act.
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Volume (Year): 26 (2000)
Issue (Month): 1 (March)
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