Transboundary Cooperation to Achieve Wilderness Protection and Large Landscape Conservation
A Harvey Locke paper discussing findings from the conservation science disciplines that identify coordinated planning and management actions across political borders as essential components of a landscape-scale approach to conservation.
On The Edge: British Columbia’s Unprotected Transboundary Species
A report describing the great importance of transboundary ecosystems and species in B.C., the alarming number of such ecosystems and species that are at risk, and the need for greater protections for them – both internally in B.C. and via improved collaboration with neighbouring jurisdictions.