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  • Knowledge Translation and Brokering: Building Awareness through Dialogue

    Connecting science to policy is an essential function of any science-based organization seeking to ensure a meaningful impact on policies, decisions and programs. Many Canadian science-based federal departments and agencies generate or transfer scientific information as a key component of their mandate.

    (Published date:2011-11-15)
  • Wildlife and Landscape Science News

    This e-news is a technical update for scientists, practitioners, managers, policy makers and others working to understand, conserve and manage Canada’s wildlife and habitats.

    (Published date:2011-07-25)
  • Effectively Bridging the Gap: The Case for Science-Policy Workshops

    There is little debate that program management and policy making is most effective when informed by science. Nevertheless, there often remains a divide between science producers and science users, such as program managers and policy makers. Potential remedies for bridging the divide are frequently documented, but rarely put into action.

    (Published date:2010-06-18)
  • Ecological Monitoring

    Learn about the importance of ecological monitoring activities at Environment Canada and access the accompanying protocol to assist citizen scientists in monitoring terrestrial, freshwater, and marine ecosystems and species.

    (Published date:2010-06-15)
  • Environmental Data

    Environment Canada’s Science and Technology generates large collections of data, useful to S&T professionals working in many disciplines including wildlife, biodiversity, water, air, soil, climate, pollution, environmental prediction and environmental technologies. Access to Environment Canada and some other data sets is made available here to S&T users.

    (Published date:2010-06-01)
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