sites will provide you with background information.
This Web site by Smart Growth BC suggests strategies
for managing urban expansion in British Columbia and protecting the province's
valuable, and limited, agricultural and natural lands. The site is a good
source of information and may serve as a research tool for students.
the Fish Farm Ban
In 2002, British Columbia lifted a seven-year ban
on fish farming in the province. Students can read about this news story
and the debate over fish farming at this CBC Web site.
Human Activities in the Cordillera
Maritime Cordillera Ecozone
These five Web sites provide basic information
and illustrations to teach students about the challenges created by human
activities in each of the ecozones that make up the Cordillera. The sites
examine the ability of these ecozones to support different types of development
while sustaining their natural environments.
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