World’s protected natural areas too small and isolated to benefit wildlife! – new study — Geography Directions — Barbara Crane Navarro

This article is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. Read the original article. By David Williams, University of Leeds The world’s governments will this year negotiate a series of targets in response to the global biodiversity crisis that has already led to a massive loss of the planet’s wildlife. While none of […] […]

World’s protected natural areas too small and isolated to benefit wildlife! – new study — Geography Directions — Barbara Crane Navarro