Environment Canada's Sustainable Development Strategy 2007-2009
Environment Canada's Sustainable Development Strategy 2007-2009 highlighted for Canadians the key commitments that the Department has undertaken in the last three years to strengthen the integration of sustainable development in the planning and delivery of the Department's strategic outcomes. Commitments in the Strategy focused on two key aspects of Environment Canada's approach to sustainable development: strengthening the Department's capacity to integrate social and economic considerations into our decision making processes; and, continuing to provide the environmental information, programs, and services that enable Canadians to better integrate the true value of the environment into their decision making. SDS 2007-2009 also highlighted Environment Canada's commitment to the coordinated federal approach for the previous round of departmental Sustainable Development Strategies, a government-wide initiative, led by Environment Canada, to strengthen coherence and accountability across departmental sustainable development strategies.
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Author: Environment Canada
Language of Document: Separate English/French
Document Type: Other
Cat. No.: En4-75/2007E
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