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Land Use Decision Makers Should Consider Cumulative Effects, Climate Impacts, And Changing Roles

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Real Estate Foundation of BC report mulls challenges, progress, and opportunities for sustainable land use in British Columbia VANCOUVER, Feb. 12, 2019 /CNW/ - In a report released today, the Real Estate Foundation of BC (REFBC) examines land use challenges – including climate change, biodiversity loss, and complex trade-offs – and suggests recommendations to support more sustainable land management. Through interviews with land managers, conservation leaders, and sustainability experts, REFBC found that land use decision-making can be uncoordinated and that communities have difficulty assessing long-term, cumulative impacts of cascading decisions.

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