Indicators By Target
1 Biodiversity Education
By 2015, biodiversity is integrated into the elementary, secondary and postsecondary school curricula, including schools of business.
2 Biodiversity Awareness
By 2015, 50 per cent of Ontarians understand biodiversity and its role in maintaining their health and well-being.
3 Participation in Conservation
By 2015, the number of Ontarians who participate in biodiversity conservation activities is increased by 25 per cent.
4 Implementation Plans
By 2015, all sectors have initiated the development of implementation plans in support of Ontario’s Biodiversity Strategy, and by 2020, those plans are implemented.
6 Climate Change
By 2015, plans for climate change mitigation are developed and implemented and contribute to Ontario’s target to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 6 per cent below 1990 levels.
9 Resource Consumption
By 2020, the growth of Ontario’s per-capita resource consumption and waste generation is halted and reversed.
10 Species & Ecosystems of Concern
By 2015, the status of species and ecosystems of conservation concern in Ontario is improved.
11 Private Lands
By 2015, the proportion of private lands in Ontario that are managed for biodiversity is increased.
12 Natural Heritage Systems
By 2015, natural heritage systems plans and biodiversity conservation strategies are developed and implemented at the municipal and landscape levels.
13 Protected Areas & Conservation Lands
By 2020, at least 17 per cent of terrestrial and inland water systems are conserved through well-connected networks of protected areas and other effective area-based conservation measures.
15 Monitoring & Reporting
By 2015, a long-term monitoring and reporting system for assessing the state of Ontario’s biodiversity is established and operating.
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