Concerns about human-wildlife conflicts are increasing, including those related to agricultural impacts, urban wildlife, wildlife-vehicle collisions and dangerous wildlife.
- Improve understanding of human-wildlife conflicts, and address the underlying causes such as the presence of attractants in communities.
- Encourage individual and community prevention and mitigation of human-wildlife conflicts by providing incentives and disincentives.
- Expand programs to reduce conflicts with agricultural communities.
- Provide safe passage for wildlife to move across barriers such as roads.
- What are the most effective ways to reduce wildlife-human conflicts in British Columbia?