Biodiversity In Central America Ii

—In the second of two reports on preserving biodiversity in Central America, NPR's John Burnett examines the cooperative agreement signed by all seven presidents in the region, that would create a conservation corridor. The Meso-American Biological Corridor would be a network of national and trans-national nature preserves. It would not be an unbroken stretch of wilderness running all the way through the region but rather a patchwork of protected areas.

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