New Toolkit Helps Fish & Wildlife Managers Strategize for Landscape Connectivity

State fish and wildlife managers recognize that keeping landscapes connected is an important conservation tool. Yet there is growing evidence that the impacts of climate change are already altering the needs and behaviors of animals, creating new patterns of movement throughout the landscape. Staff from the Center recently contributed to a new toolkit offering guidance on protecting wildlife movement and corridor habitat in the face of a changing climate.

By |2021-06-07T11:21:01-06:00June 7th, 2021|Climate Resilience, Corridors and Crossings, Science|Comments Off on New Toolkit Helps Fish & Wildlife Managers Strategize for Landscape Connectivity

Preventing Future Global Pandemics Through Conservation

The Center for Large Landscape Conservation announces the publication of a journal article presenting guidance on preventing another global pandemic through conservation. Co-authored by a multidisciplinary team of experts including the Center's President Gary Tabor, the article makes a case that preventing future pandemics may come down to ecological solutions, not medical ones.

By |2021-07-06T11:02:14-06:00March 5th, 2021|News and Updates, Research, Science|0 Comments
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