Living Lakes Conference: Balancing our Needs, Protecting our Future
The Living Lakes Conference 2004, Canada
The 9th Living Lakes Conference took place from Sept. 26 to Oct. 2, 2004 in the Columbia River Wetlands in Canada. The conference hosted by the Living Lakes partner organisation East Kootenay Environmental Society (EKES), the District of Invermere and the Global Nature Fund (GNF).
Following, you find the detailed documentation about the 9 Living Lakes Conference as Download.
The conference addressed the following issues by focusing on two key themes:
The Living Lakes Conference 2004 set out to:
In November 2000, the Columbia Wetlands were designated as Canada´s Living Lake. As the backtrop for this important global gathering, the Columbia Wetlands, in the heart of the Canadian Rockies, are one of the longest intact wetlands in North America and are home to thousands of species of animals, birds and plants, some of which are now endangered.