Reductions in global biodiversity loss predicted from conservation spending

@article{Waldron2017ReductionsIG,
  title={Reductions in global biodiversity loss predicted from conservation spending},
  author={Anthony Waldron and D. Miller and D. Redding and A. Mooers and Tyler S. Kuhn and Nathan P. Nibbelink and J. Roberts and J. Tobias and J. L. Gittleman},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2017},
  volume={551},
  pages={364-367}
}
  • Anthony Waldron, D. Miller, +6 authors J. L. Gittleman
  • Published 2017
  • Economics, Medicine
  • Nature
  • Halting global biodiversity loss is central to the Convention on Biological Diversity and United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, but success to date has been very limited. A critical determinant of success in achieving these goals is the financing that is committed to maintaining biodiversity; however, financing decisions are hindered by considerable uncertainty over the likely impact of any conservation investment. For greater effectiveness, we need an evidence-based model that shows… CONTINUE READING
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