'When conservation actions work, they really work': Study shows nature projects are reversing biodiversity loss

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A loggerhead turtle | Credit: Re:wild
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A loggerhead turtle | Credit: Re:wild

Major new study led by conservation group Re:wild analyses conservation outcomes from leading projects and reveals they are working to haltbiodiversity loss and reduce climate impacts

A new study published yesterday claims to provide the clearest evidence to date that nature conservation projects are delivering positive results and scaling up conservation interventions would be "transformational"...

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