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August 30, 2019

With a global biodiversity crisis well under way and over 1 million plant and animal species threatened with extinction, new approaches are urgently needed to stem biodiversity loss and protect the natural values of global ecosystems for all humans. However, a century of learning also makes it clear that to do so, we must grow beyond our traditional reliance on “protected areas” or “national/regional parks.”

 

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