The Conversation: Protecting Biodiversity – Farmers and Agriculture

The Conversation: Protecting Biodiversity – Farmers and Agriculture

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“Given population pressure, it is not politically feasible to increase the extent of protected areas. The question is, how will Africa provide space for its wildlife and food production?”

Dr. Terry Sunderland, CSFS Associate and professor in the Faculty of Forestry, co-authored an article on why resource conservation strategies should not only focus on protected areas, but also make use of the chance to maintain biodiversity within agricultural landscapes.

Check out the full article here.