It’s now or never for Madagascar’s biodiversity, experts say
As Madagascar’s recently elected president completed his first 100 days in office, experts identify five priority areas for conservation - In a new comment piece in Nature Sustainability, the experts highlight the need for setting conservation goals that are aligned with the sustainable development of the country - Strengthening the rights of local people and the rule of law is key to successful conservation, the authors say - Urgent steps include tackling environmental crime, investing in protected areas, and mitigating environmental impacts from infrastructure development.
Parution 2nd of may 2019
|Keywords||Biodiversity, protected areas|
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