QUEBEC CITY, May 9, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Mathew Jacobson, manager of the Pew Environment Group's International Boreal Conservation Campaign in Quebec, issued the following statement today in reaction to the Quebec government's release of Plan Nord, a sustainable development initiative for the 425,000-square-mile northern boreal region.
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IBCC stands for International Boreal Conservation Campaign
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For Steve Kallick, director of the Pew Environmental Group's International Boreal Conservation Campaign, who helped broker the deal, its centerpiece is the loggers' commitment to set aside most of the caribou habitat--about 100,000 square miles in the 270,000 square miles for which they hold leases from the government.
For years we have helped bring opposing parties together to conserve this global treasure, Canada's boreal forest," said Steve Kallick, director of the Pew Environment Group's International Boreal Conservation Campaign.