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Paper authors: Emily Nicholson, Elizabeth Fulton, Thomas M. Brooks, Ryan Blanchard, Paul Leadley, Jean Paul Metzger, Karel Mokany, Simone Stevenson, Brendan A. Wintle, Skipton N.C. Woolley, Megan Barnes, James E.M. Watson, Simon Ferrier
Journal: Trends in Ecology and Evolution
Citation: Nicholson, E., Fulton, E.A., Brooks, T.M., Blanchard, R., Leadley, P., Metzger, J.P., Mokany, K., Stevenson, S., Wintle, B.A., Woolley, S.N.C., Barnes, M., Watson, J.E.M. & Ferrier, S. (2018) Scenarios and models to support global conservation targets. Trends in Ecology and Evolution.
Video Abstract: Emily Nicholson explains how models and scenarios can improve the development and implementation of international biodiversity targets
The world is experiencing a rapid and widespread loss of nature. The Aichi Targets are a set of goals intended to secure the future of biodiversity, agreed upon by the international community in 2010. International targets act as powerful…
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