Research needs and challenges for the systematic conservation planning approach to the 2010 biodiversity target

An innovative approach to the 2010 biodiversity target, already being explored by Australian workers (Faith and Ferrier, 2005; Faith, 2005; Williams et al, 2006), proposes that take-up of systematic conservation planning (SCP) in a region can imply a shift to reduced rate of loss of biodiversity.

I presented arguments for this approach in a European Platform for Biodiversity Research Strategy (EPBRS) and BIOSTRAT project e-conference, "How to reach the 2010-and beyond- target: research influencing policy"

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Research needs and challenges for the systematic conservation planning approach to the 2010 biodiversity target

 


Dr Dan Faith , Principal Research Scientist
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