Port of Vancouver: preserving our natural environment for generations to come
The Port of Vancouver has the ambitious goal of becoming the most sustainable port in the world. A significant part of the path towards this goal is connected to sustaining a healthy ecosystem for the local biodiversity. The port is developing a myriad of actions to protect the local species and managing the port lands and water in a sustainable way, including a broad Habitat Enhancement Program developed over the past 30 years. In this interview we will learn about the different projects implemented to protect and enhance the local biodiversity. Interview with Duncan Wilson, Vice-President of Environment and External Affairs at the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority.
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