Biodiversity Knowledge and Innovation Network

The Biodiversity Knowledge and Innovation Network (BKIN) was established in response to a recommendation by representatives of governments, universities, zoological and botanical gardens, museums, environmental and wildlife nongovernmental organizations, aboriginal groups and sectoral and high-technology industries at the Canadian Biodiversity Network Conference held in March 2001 in Ottawa. This conference was held to develop a national strategic approach for a biodiversity knowledge network in Canada. To get the full report, please contact us.

Participants in Biodiversity Knowledge and Innovation Network

Participants in BKIN include the following organizations, which were represented on the steering committee for the Canadian Biodiversity Network Conference, March 1-4, 2001.

More Information

For more information about BKIN, see Investing in Biodiversity for the Information Age: The Need for a Biodiversity Knowledge and Innovation Network in Canada - Archived (PDF Version, 919 KB)

For more about the purpose, structure, and operations of BKIN, please see Reports and publications.

For more information about the Canadian Biodiversity Network Conference, March 1-4, 2001, visit the conference web site.