A new paper by Chinese-doctoral student Li Binbin and SavingSpecies President Dr. Stuart Pimm is demonstrating that in protecting habitat for the panda, many other species are also getting protections, too!
A new paper published this week proves that SavingSpecies’ laser-focused approach to conservation works! Lead author and Colombia-native Natalia Ocampo-Peñuela conducted months of intense field work in the cloud forests of Colombia’s western Andes.
A new scientific paper was published today in the prestigious journal Science and it has important findings for biodiversity. Though it reaffirms what we already know—that there is a global extinction crisis and it is worse than we believed—it also details how technology—and smart decision-making—are offering hope for endangered species and their habitats.
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You’ve heard the adage, “If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.” But new research by SavingSpecies scientists offers an amazing conservation ‘deal’. Backed up by top-flight science and data, it’s too good to pass up. So what is the deal?