Conservation Evidence

Biodiversity is under pressure. And if we are to ensure that conservation is successful, we must be able to measure our successes and failures. This theme of work explores how we measure conservation interventions, and ensure that we are making the right decisions in science, policy and society. Examples include, conservation biography, a call for caution when applying counterfactuals, showing how well protected areas work, and how to expand Antarctic’s protected areas.

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