More for less: A smarter way to protect biodiversity

6 Mar 2024
 black-tailed trainbearer
Colombia's black-tailed trainbearer. Credit: Carlos Guevara/@carlos_aves_colombia.

University of Queensland research has revealed that protecting smaller but more strategic parcels of land will result in better and more cost-effective biodiversity conservation outcomes globally.

The study, conducted by Dr Pablo Negret while at UQ’s Centre for Biodiversity and Conservation Science, has revealed a strategy that could halve the costs of preventing habitat loss.

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