Facilitating the protection and restoration of species and ecosystems at risk on BC’s South Coast

Improving Transportation Without Putting Nature Second

State transportation agencies and planners can steer investment toward greater mobility for better communities and away from impacting our remaining natural areas. Mobility does not have to come at the expense of biodiversity. Second Nature: Improving Transportation Without Putting Nature Second profiles innovative programs that seek to improve transportation infrastructure while protecting biodiversity.

Evaluation of the Use and Effectiveness of Wildlife Crossings - Transporation Research Board


For the most up to date information regarding guidelines and regulatory requirements for various species and ecological communities at risk in BC, please contact the relevant staff with the Province of BC, Environment Canada, Pacific Region or the Species at Risk Program of the Ecosystems Management Branch, Department of Fisheries & Oceans Canada, Pacific Region. Detailed contact information can be found on our CONTACT page. 


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