Wildlife is often negatively affected by human development and the ecosystem changes that result from development. The consequences include: habitat destruction, species decline, loss of biodiversity and extinction. While attention is usually focussed on a single species a broader ecosystem approach is often required in order to effectively promote healthy wildlife populations. This approach often reveals positive linkages to ecosystem services that benefit human communities as well. Pacific Resolutions facilitates collaborative processes between different wildlife users to assist them in finding sustainable solutions that maintain wildlife populations and species. These initiatives may be oriented towards the recovery of a species that is at risk or endangered such as mountain and boreal caribou, grizzly bear, various populations of salmon species, Nooksack dace and Salish suckers or they may focus on entire ecosystems that provide habitat to many species of wildlife some of which may be at risk such as grassland ecosystems and coastal rainforests.