Canadian Wildlife magazine is publishing a special issue called "The Future of Conservation" as part of its celebration of publisher Canadian Wildlife Federation's 50th anniversary.
"As CWF celebrates its golden anniversary and charts its course for the next 50 years, we wanted to do a special edition that didn't look back on past accomplishments, but rather looked forward and raised issues and ideas about the future," says Wade Luzny, CWF CEO and Executive Vice-President.
The special edition includes features interviews with four world-renowned conservationists—Robert Bateman, Jean Lemire, Alexandra Cousteau and Wade Davis—on their ideas for making a better world. It also features an article by award-winning journalist Wayne Grady on Canada's emerging National Conservation Plan and a story on the new Rouge National Urban Park by John Lorinc, another award-winning journalist and the former political columnist for Toronto Life magazine.
Published 6 times a year, a print sub is $29 and it is also available as a digital edition for $24.99. The magazine is available in French as Biosphère.
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