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IUCN Constituent: 
Parks Canada Agency - Agence Parcs Canada
IUCN Constituent type: 
IUCN Member
Period covered: 
Geographic scope: 
In implementing this Resolution your organization has worked/consulted with...
IUCN Members: 
Parks Victoria / Australia
NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service ( NSW NPWS ) / Australia
Canadian Wildlife Federation ( CWF ) / Canada
Canadian Museum of Nature / Canada
Nature Canada / Canada
EUROPARC Federation / Germany
New Zealand Conservation Authority / New Zealand
PCI-Media Impact, Inc ( PCI Media ) / United States of America
The WILD Foundation ( WILD ) / United States of America
US Department of the Interior (National Park Service) / United States of America
Sustainable Forestry Initiative, Inc. ( SFI ) / United States of America
IUCN Commissions: 
IUCN Commission on Education and Communication 2017-2020 (CEC)
IUCN Commission on Environmental, Economic, and Social Policy 2017-2020 (CEESP)
IUCN World Commission on Protected Areas 2017-2020 (WCPA)
IUCN Secretariat: 
Other non-IUCN related organisations: 
Several organizations who are now part of the #NatureForAll coalition. See
Indicate and briefly describe any actions that have been carried out to implement this Resolution: 
Convene stakeholders/NetworkingParks Canada is contributing the time of two staff and additional resources to help lead the development of #NatureForAll. Through the joint IUCN-WCPA and IUCN-CEC task force, they have helped to build a coalition of over 375 partners who are advancing the #NatureForAll movement through activities such as sharing of success stories, developing toolkits to connect new audiences with nature, videos and other resources in multiple languages.On-going
Convene stakeholders/NetworkingParks Canada, the Canadian Museum of Nature and the Canadian Committee for IUCN convened a meeting of over 30 Canadian #NatureForAll partners to develop a year-long communication and outreach strategy to engage diverse sectors in the #NatureForAll partnership in Canada in January 2019. Parks Canada also participated in international conferences of the Children & Nature Network, World Urban Parks, and Healthy Parks Healthy People to raise awareness and build support for the movement.On-going
Education/Communication/Raising awarenessParks Canada continues to develop and expand programs such as Learn to Camp, Campus Clubs and XPlorers that connect people with nature and contribute to the achievement of #NatureForAll. As of 2018, Parks Canada offers free access to its places for all children under 18.On-going
Policy influencing/advocacyParks Canada team members helped to develop the report “Connecting with Nature to Care for Ourselves and the Earth: Recommendations for Decision Makers”, a global research synthesis and policy recommendations on the link between nature experiences and support and action for conservation, led by the Children & Nature Network. Parks Canada, C&NN, and other #NatureForAll partners also collaborated to develop supporting communication products, such as an infographic. These resources are being shared globally to help individuals, communities, and organizations inform decision-making to connect people with nature. Completed
Please report on the result /achievement of the actions taken: 
#NatureForAll is now a global movement of over 375 partners collaborating to build support and action for nature conservation.
Identify and briefly describe what future actions are planned for the implementation of this Resolution: 
Future ActionDescription
Convene stakeholders/NetworkingConvene meetings of #NatureForAll partners in Canada.
Convene stakeholders/NetworkingParks Canada is contributing the time of one staff person to chair the International Children and Nature working group in 2020-2021, a collaboration with the Children & Nature Network and other #NatureForAll partners.