Animal conservation, carbon and sustainability.

@article{LeaderWilliams2002AnimalCC,
  title={Animal conservation, carbon and sustainability.},
  author={Nigel Leader-Williams},
  journal={Philosophical transactions. Series A, Mathematical, physical, and engineering sciences},
  year={2002},
  volume={360 1797},
  pages={
          1787-806
        }
}
International conventions to reduce carbon dioxide levels focus on ecosystems and do not specifically recognize the need to conserve species. However, species are the building blocks of ecosystems, they are more widely understood among the public, and they provide means of capturing market values from ecosystems. Achieving successful conservation globally will require ensuring that the systems under which species and ecosystems are conserved are more inclusive than statutory protected areas… CONTINUE READING

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