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As Canada’s smallest province, Prince Edward Island faces a number of unique environmental challenges. The Island has the highest population density in Canada and most of the land is privately owned. There are no true wild or untouched areas left on PEI and today, it can be best described as a...
The first State of the Environment report was pepared by the Department of Fisheries, Aquaculture and Environment and is part of a broad initiative to create a sustainable future for the Province of Prince Edward Island. The objectives of this report are to contribute to public awareness about the...
The 2010 State of the Environment report measures data on key indicators of the health of Prince Edward Island's natural environment. This is the second progress report on the state of the environment.
This report summarizes the outcomes of a pilot sea lettuce harvest project conducted in Prince Edward Island, Canada during the summer of 2011.
Prince Edward Island must develop resilient responses to the unavoidable effects of climate change on its provincial infrastructure, natural habitats, resources and economy. Reducing vulnerability to climate change through adaptation efforts are essential. Government’s role is to promote adaptation...