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May 9, 2024

A new paper in Global Environmental Change focuses on actors and land uses often overlooked in top-down planning in dry forests in Argentina, Bolivia, Mozambique, India, and Cambodia. The scalable approach bridges large-scale planning and place-based interventions.

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December 5, 2023

A new study in Biological Conservation examines records of international conservation funding to South American major deforestation regions, which reveals a shift towards prioritizing remote areas with high carbon storage over those with high species richness, a strong interest in the Amazon, and varied interests of bilateral donors comparing to multilateral donors. 

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