Future Generations

Canada’s remaining wild places will always need guardians. CPAWS works to ensure protected wilderness regions are safeguarded today for our children tomorrow.

This natural inheritance is essential for the preservation of human health and happiness.

The goal

Preserving wildness isn’t just work for today, these places must be safeguarded forever. Currently, the Yukon has four territorial parks, four national parks and 53 territorial campsites. CPAWS works to ensure the territory’s protected wilderness is there for future generations.

What CPAWS is doing

CPAWS Yukon strives to foster a passion for the wilderness in citizens that will encourage everyone to carry on the work of preserving and protecting wilderness for the enjoyment of future generations.

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Climate change
Climate change
Climate change is the biggest challenge of our generation and possibly even our species. The north is being transformed at a much higher rate than the rest of Canada and the impacts are already apparent. Conserving our remaining wilderness helps to keep carbon out of the atmosphere and provides a safe haven for the plants and animals under pressure from a warming planet.

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