CIFOR study on wildlife and forest protection

Every month the CGIAR website highlights an area of research that of one the CGIAR centers is conducting or has conducted.

This month it focuses on the research carried out by the by the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) and its partners.  The study that has been published in the journal Conservation Letters looks at how wildlife can boost the appeal of tropical forest protection and provides compelling evidence that paying to conserve billions of tons of carbon stored in tropical forests could also protect orangutans, pygmy elephants and other wildlife at risk of extinction.   Read more.


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Maintained by staff at Bioversity International Library, this blog aims to provide readers with updates on new information resources within the field of plant genetic resources (PGR), agrobiodiversity and conservation; [with a little fun thrown in as well].
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