Corpus ID: 212673196

The Nature Conservancy-Africa Region Continental Prioritization and Decision Support

@inproceedings{2010TheNC,
  title={The Nature Conservancy-Africa Region Continental Prioritization and Decision Support},
  author={},
  year={2010}
}
  • Published 2010
Continental Prioritization and Decision Support August 15, 2010 Tim Tear, Matt Brown, Brad Stratton, and Jessica Dyson Executive Summary The Nature Conservancy is relatively new to Africa conservation. In order to achieve maximum impact on a large, complex, and highly threatened continent with globally significant biological diversity, the Conservancy’s Africa Regional Team identified a long‐term vision to narrow the focus of their efforts over the next decade. Their vision is to conserve… Expand

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