Environment

Research Studies Unintended Effects of Conservation

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A study just out in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences finds that purchasing land for conservation might actually undermine biodiversity.

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Chris Joyce, NPR science correspondent

Paul Armsworth, lecturer, Department of Animal and Plant Sciences at The University of Sheffield

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