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Connecting Conservation and Culture in Oceania

The Pacific Remote Islands Marine National Monument promotes biological and cultural connectivity between Micronesia and Polynesia.

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Protected area connectivity: Shortfalls in global targets and country-level priorities

Connectivity of protected areas (PAs) is crucial for meeting their conservation goals. We provide the first global evaluation of countries' progress towards Aichi Target 11 of the Convention on Biological Diversity that is to have at least 17% of the land covered by well-connected PA systems by 2020. 

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New publication - Landscape connectivity: a call to action

Creating landscapes with healthy, functioning ecosystems is not only key to making progress towards the environmental targets embedded in the Sustainable Development Goals, but also to addressing multiple social and economic targets that depend partly or wholly on the benefits that ecosystems provide to people. There are clear economic and social rewards for business and government that create connected landscapes that support healthy, functioning ecosystems.