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Trading species for conservation

Friday, December 19, 2008
"It may sound strange, even counterintuitive, but the solution to the loss of biodiversity may actually lie in the very same markets that appear to be causing the problem.".

A SQUARE :: 19Dec08 Trading species for conservation
Category Biodiversity Banking
Author Extract
"Mitigation Banking makes it possible for real estate developers to turn biodiversity into an asset instead of a liability - which ultimately makes it possible to preserve that biodiversity across the United States."
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