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Saturday, July 16, 2011

About US$146billion aid to tackle global poverty and biodiversity loss yearly

Around the world richest areas of biodiversity often tend to overlap with some of the poorest human populations. Evidence already revealed that healthy environments are often more resilient to climate change, whilst poor people are often more at risk. If poverty alleviation and biodiversity conservation could help to meet other's goals then the global efforts to achieve them, and to buffer the world against climate change, could be much more efficient and effective.

With diversity of opinion as to the nature and scale of biodiversity conservation-poverty reduction links and the most appropriate ways to enhance them. There are also many generalizations and assumptions about these links, hence there are more questions than answers with plenty confusion. Read More


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