Protecting natural habitats in priority areas is essential to halt the loss of biodiversity. Yet whether these benefits for biodiversity also yield benefits for human well-being remains controversial. Here this paper assesses the potential human well-being benefits of safeguarding a global network of sites identified as top priorities for the conservation of threatened species.
Conserving Critical Sites for Biodiversity Provides Disproportionate Benefits to People
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