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Climate Change

A series of fact sheets which highlight the changes that will come to New Brunswick as a  result of climate change, and the measures we need to take to protect our environment and ourselves. (Printable .pdf files)

  1.     What New Brunswick Can Expect From a Changing Climate –  English  French
  2.     New Brunswick’s Forests –  English French
  3.     New Brunswick’s Rivers and Wetlands –  English French
  4.     New Brunswick Biodiversity –  English French
  5.     New Brunswick communities in a Changing Climate –  English French
Planning for Conservation

“Good Planning is Good Management” – This paper, written by Steve Reid and Roberta Clowater, addresses the issues of land use planning and urban sprawl in New Brunswick.    English pdf  French pdf

An Analysis of the Parks Act Review: Public Engagement for New Brunswick’s Provincial Parks, by Kelsey Butler  English pdf

Resource Management Plan Framework for New Brunswick Provincial Parks: A guide to management planning, by K. Binns, K. Butler, P. Lavallee, L. Medved and R. Scott  English pdf

Nature Education and Youth

“What is Biodiversity?” – Defining biodiversity and the way it affects our lives.  English French

“Teacher Resource Booklet” – Companion to CPAWS New Brunswick’s “Watch Your Paws” Biodiversity Conservation Educational Activities. English French

Watch Your Paws” : A young person’s guide to respecting nature. This booklet gives nature information and advice about nature in child-friendly language. Designed to be read to or by children. English French

Watch Your Paws Colouring pages – There are 4 pages with different scenes from the Watch your Paws booklet, each with a simple message on the bottom.


More Colouring pages:


Ms. Mutch’s students from Natoaganeg School created a colouring book, with local animals drawn by the class. The colouring book shares additional details on animal’s habitat, diet, status on the endangered species list, and actions to help protect habitats in New Brunswick. The book also aims to teach people about the Mi’kmaw language, by including the Mi’kmaw names for each animal.

Chignecto Isthmus

Chignecto Connectivity Report – A report written by CPAWS NB and CPAWS NS in 2005, outlining opportunities for conserving connectivity across the Chignecto Isthmus.  (Full report 5Mb)(Executive summary 470 kb)

Fact Sheet – The Chignecto Isthmus: Keeping it Connected (pdf)

Fact Sheet – Forest Fragmentation and Ecological Connectivity on the Chignecto Isthmus (pdf)


Special Marine Areas of the Bay of Fundy: To learn more about areas that CPAWS NB wants protected, check out our Special Marine Areas fact sheet.

Life in an Atlantic Kelp Forest: Learn about life under the water in a kelp forest with this fun, downloadable image.