COP15 Wrapped: Global Goals to Local Action

Join us on February 21 at 11AM PT for a panel discussion on key COP15 takeaways and what this could mean for BC biodiversity.

To halt and reverse biodiversity loss, we need a strong Global Biodiversity Framework that includes a global goal to protect 30% by 2030 and prioritize Indigenous-led conservation. Leaders from across the world gathered in Montreal to discuss this and make a plan to address devastating biodiversity loss. But what does this mean for action on the ground in BC?

We’ll be talking with Indigenous leaders and policy experts who will help us connect the dots between global biodiversity goals and action here at home to protect lands, waters, wildlife and cultures across BC.


Gillian Staveley, Director of Culture and Land Stewardship, Dena Kayeh Institute

Gwen Bridge, Principal, Gwen Bridge Consulting Ltd

Alison Woodley, Strategic Advisor, CPAWS

Moderated by Tori Ball, Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society – British Columbia