Biodiversity Conservation Plan
In 2017, we launched our Biodiversity Conservation Plan following on the Biodiversity Conservation Management Plan in 2016. It is the result of a vast consultation of 15 communities of interest, including the Association forestière de l’Abitibi-Témiscamingue (AFAT), the Abitibiwinni (Pikogan) First Nation Council, the Town of Malartic and ÉcoMalartic.
The Biodiversity Conservation Plan has numerous objectives. In addition to consolidating existing actions, we intend to structure our long-term approach by defining key directions and implementing new actions.
Key Directions of the Biodiversity Conservation Plan
Target 1 – Protect and restore ecosystems
- Direction 1: Take ecosystems into account during all phases of project planning.
- Direction 2: Minimize impacts on biodiversity.
- Direction 3: Help maintain or restore biodiversity.
Target 2 – Develop tools for maintaining biodiversity
- Direction 4: Develop coaching and training tools to inform, train and educate stakeholders.
- Direction 5: Collaborate and share knowledge with the community.
Target 3 – Acquire knowledge
- Direction 6: Implement tools to promote the acquisition of information on the sites.
- Direction 7: Take part in research projects.