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SCAPES: Sustainable Conservation Approaches in Priority Ecosystems PDF

SCAPES: Sustainable Conservation Approaches in Priority Ecosystems PDF
by Joseph Badash last modified Sep 16, 2014 10:45 PM
Contributors: Hannah Fairbank

SCAPES is USAID’s largest global conservation initiative, supporting conservation efforts in 19 countries, from the forest slopes of the Andes Mountains to the savannas and steppes of Africa and Asia. Nine partner activities apply a variety of approaches to strengthen local capacity to conserve and benefit from biodiversity, while addressing a number of threats ranging from hunting and habitat loss, to climate change and disease, to agricultural and industrial policies and the resulting physical and regulatory barriers to conservation which have emerged. These transboundary field activities and a robust learning initiative complement and inform the Agency’s portfolio of national and regional biodiversity programs.

Author(s): Hannah Fairbank

Publication Date: 2011

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