What is this engagement about?
The Boreal Caribou Implementation Plan (BCIP) has been in place since 2011 and was designed to slow the rate of caribou population decline while the necessary research and monitoring was being conducted to determine best options for recovering the species. The research and monitoring has now been completed and a research and monitoring report, along with a letter introducing the report, have been posted here for your information and review. The BCIP has now been revised to reflect the necessary actions for recovery based on the results of the research and monitoring.
The revised draft Boreal Caribou Recovery Implementation Plan (BCRIP) and associated appendices, along with a letter of introduction are posted here for public review. The Ministry of Environment is inviting comment from public, First Nations, local government and stakeholders on the Draft BCRIP for the next 60 days. Feedback is invited by email on the BCRIP from March 31 – May 30, 2017.
How can my contribution make a difference?
Please review the following documents before submitting feedback:
- Boreal Caribou Recovery Implementation Plan Introduction
- Boreal Caribou Recovery Implementation Plan
- Boreal Caribou Science Review Introduction
- Boreal Caribou Science Review
Share your thoughts on the Boreal Caribou Implementation Plan from March 31, 2017 to May 30, 2017 by emailing CitizenEngagement@gov.bc.ca Although emails will not be responded to individually, all emails received will be reviewed and considered as The Boreal Caribou Implementation Plan is finalized.
For more information on Boreal Caribou and the Implementation Plan, please visit this page.
Details of the Engagement:
Date: March 31, 2017 to May 30, 2017
Category: Land & Animals