Join hundreds of people and participate in this Summit – the first of its kind in Ontario – to learn more about the state of biodiversity in our province and what we are doing to protect it. Hear from engaging and informative speakers, learn about best practices from around the world, and share ideas to help focus future conservation efforts.
The diverse program will focus on how to Engage People, Reduce Threats, Enhance Resilience and Improve Knowledge via concurrent sessions, keynote speakers, networking events, a poster session and exhibit hall, and field trip activities for Friday May 22nd – the International Day for Biological Diversity.
Attendees will come from all backgrounds and sectors including government, academia, conservation and stewardship groups, industry and the private sector, health and wellness, educators, and environmental organizations.
Don’t miss this opportunity to be a part of Ontario’s first biodiversity Summit in vibrant Niagara Falls, Ontario.
Click here to see the preliminary program.