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Ontario’s Biodiversity Strategy includes commitments to report on the State of Ontario’s Biodiversity and on progress in achieving Ontario's 15 Biodiversity Targets every 5 years. This reporting site includes indicators that summarize data from monitoring programs to evaluate progress in achieving each of the 15 Targets and status and trends in three biodiversity theme areas: pressures on biodiversity; . While climate change poses a serious threat to Ontario’s biodiversity, conserving biodiversity can help reduce the impact of climate change (reducing greenhouse gas concentrations) and help us adapt. For example, ecosystems such as forests and wetlands help reduce greenhouse gas concentrations. It sets out the direction for biodiversity conservation in Ontario and includes 15 targets to help us protect and enhance Ontario’s incredible variety of life and ecosystems. The strategy is organized by four themes essential to conservation: Engage People, Reduce Threats, Enhance Resilience, and .

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2/9/ · Ontario's Biodiversity Strategy, , identified five major threats: pollution, climate change, habitat change or loss, invasive species and unsustainable use of resources. Biodiversity of species The cycle of life depends upon the predator/prey cycle. If one part of the circle dies out, others become too prevalent, harming other species. 6/29/ · Ontario’s wildlife provides ecological, cultural, recreational and economic benefits to all Ontarians, and is a key component of the province’s rich biodiversity. Many influences affecting wildlife and their habitat operate at broad scales. It sets out the direction for biodiversity conservation in Ontario and includes 15 targets to help us protect and enhance Ontario’s incredible variety of life and ecosystems. The strategy is organized by four themes essential to conservation: Engage People, Reduce Threats, Enhance Resilience, and .

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Ontario’s Biodiversity Strategy includes commitments to report on the State of Ontario’s Biodiversity and on progress in achieving Ontario's 15 Biodiversity Targets every 5 years. This reporting site includes indicators that summarize data from monitoring programs to evaluate progress in achieving each of the 15 Targets and status and trends in three biodiversity theme areas: pressures on biodiversity; . It profiles biodiversity information, news and events. This website reflects the shared responsibility for biodiversity in Canada and the commitment of governments to achieve the goals and objectives of the United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity through a collaborative approach. Invasive alien species strategy. It sets out the direction for biodiversity conservation in Ontario and includes 15 targets to help us protect and enhance Ontario’s incredible variety of life and ecosystems. The strategy is organized by four themes essential to conservation: Engage People, Reduce Threats, Enhance Resilience, and .

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It profiles biodiversity information, news and events. This website reflects the shared responsibility for biodiversity in Canada and the commitment of governments to achieve the goals and objectives of the United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity through a collaborative approach. Invasive alien species strategy. 6/29/ · Ontario’s wildlife provides ecological, cultural, recreational and economic benefits to all Ontarians, and is a key component of the province’s rich biodiversity. Many influences affecting wildlife and their habitat operate at broad scales. 2/9/ · Ontario's Biodiversity Strategy, , identified five major threats: pollution, climate change, habitat change or loss, invasive species and unsustainable use of resources. Biodiversity of species The cycle of life depends upon the predator/prey cycle. If one part of the circle dies out, others become too prevalent, harming other species.

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Ontario’s Biodiversity Strategy includes commitments to report on the State of Ontario’s Biodiversity and on progress in achieving Ontario's 15 Biodiversity Targets every 5 years. This reporting site includes indicators that summarize data from monitoring programs to evaluate progress in achieving each of the 15 Targets and status and trends in three biodiversity theme areas: pressures on biodiversity; . Welcome to the Ontario Biodiversity Council’s reporting portal. This site presents a dynamic, indicator-based approach to reporting on Ontario’s 15 Biodiversity Targets and on the State of Ontario’s Biodiversity. The Council committed to reporting on both of these items when Ontario’s Biodiversity Strategy was renewed in 2/9/ · Ontario's Biodiversity Strategy, , identified five major threats: pollution, climate change, habitat change or loss, invasive species and unsustainable use of resources. Biodiversity of species The cycle of life depends upon the predator/prey cycle. If one part of the circle dies out, others become too prevalent, harming other species.